Concomitant in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Concomitant

happening at the same time as something else

Examples of Concomitant in a sentence

Because the contractor and decorator agreed to concomitant work schedules in the final stages of construction, the house was ready to show well ahead of time. 🔊

The concomitant sensations I received from the mixture of warm blackberry pie and melting vanilla ice cream took me to dessert heaven.  🔊

Pharmaceutical cocktails are designed to fight specific diseases by administering several concomitant drugs to the patient. 🔊

With its concomitant lightning, thunder, and pelting rain, the storm sent the dogs running for the safety of the closet, and we didn’t see them again for two hours.  🔊

The mosquito has an extraordinary process for biting warm-blooded animals that involves the concomitant numbing of the skin and ingesting of blood.  🔊

Puberty is the stage of life where adolescents begin to experience concomitant changes in their bodies, their emotions, and their view of their parents.  🔊

When Beatrice explained that her dizzy spells were concomitant with severe headaches, her doctor ordered a battery of tests to determine what was going on.  🔊

Although she was suffering from concomitant infections in her bladder and kidneys, Mary Ann refused to take any pain medication.  🔊

Although the dates of her book tour were concomitant with their honeymoon, JoAnn’s new husband agreed to combine the events rather than cancel either of them.  🔊

The disappearance of the turtles in the backyard appeared to be concomitant with Mr. Blackstone’s application of the new fertilizer.  🔊

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