concomitantly

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

concomitant +‎ -ly

Adverb[edit]

concomitantly (comparative more concomitantly, superlative most concomitantly)

  1. At the same time as something else.
    • 2012, James Lambert, “Beyond Hobson-Jobson: A new lexicography for Indian English”, in World Englishes[1], page 306:
      The focus of lexicographers of Indian English has to date been on nativised lexis and borrowings, that is, Indianisms. Concomitantly, their focus has been entirely off all other lexis.
  2. Incidentally to something else.

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