Sentence for concomitant | Use concomitant in a sentence

Concomitant example sentences. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use concomitant in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for concomitant.

  • I, myself, as a reader, consider concomitant cane an adulteration of the qualities of sugar. (10)
  • No headache or clouded brain or dulled body is its concomitant, only health-giving properties. (21)
  • Or again, was it, perhaps, but the natural concomitant of youth, a naive effervescence with which thought and brooding had to part? (8)
  • First we see the influence of the Gothic in architecture, producing a corresponding unity in music; a unity which was concomitant with Measured or Mensural Music. (3)

Also see sentences for: accompaniment, accompanying, attendant, attending, consequent.

Definition of concomitant:

  • concomitant, kon-kom’i-tant, adj. accompanying or going along with: conjoined with. | n. he who or that which accompanies. | ns. concom’itance, concom’itancy, state of being concomitant. | adv. concom’itantly. (0)

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