Contemporaneous (adjective)

Occurring or existing at the same time; contemporary.

Origin:

Late 16th century. from latin contemporaneus, from contemporanea, from temporaneus "of the same time", from tempus.

Examples:

  1. The contemporaneous accounts of the event provide different perspectives.
  2. The contemporaneous notes made by the reporter proved valuable in understanding the context.
  3. The contemporaneous diary entries gave a unique insight into the artist's life and work.
  4. The contemporaneous evidence supported the testimony of the witnesses.
  5. The contemporaneous reactions to the speech were overwhelmingly positive.
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