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Date: 1600-1700
Language: Latin
Origin: , present participle of concomitari 'to go along with', from comes 'companion'

concomitant

1 adjective
     
con‧com‧i‧tant1 formal
existing or happening together, especially as a result of something:
war with all its concomitant sufferings
concomitantly adverb

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