Concomitant (adjective)

  1. Existing or occurring with something else as a result or accompaniment.
  2. Following as a result or a condition.


From latin concomitantem, present active participle of concomitari ("to accompany"), from con- ("together") + comitari ("to accompany").


  1. The increase in wealth was accompanied by a concomitant increase in consumerism.
  2. The concomitant rise in temperature has led to the melting of polar ice caps.
  3. The new medication had several unpleasant concomitant effects.
  4. The concomitant growth in population has put a strain on the country's resources.
  5. Her success in the industry was accompanied by a concomitant increase in public exposure.
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