Concomitance in a Sentence 

Definition of Concomitance  

the state of existing or occurring alongside something else

Examples of Concomitance in a sentence

Always eager to please the teacher, both Louis and Minerva raised their hands in concomitance.  
Life and death are in concomitance, since there can be no death unless life first exists in order to die.  
There is an undeniable concomitance between thunderclouds and both lightning and thunder.  

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