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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcontemporaneouscon‧tem‧po‧ra‧ne‧ous /kənˌtempəˈreɪniəs/ adjective  TIME/AT THE SAME TIME formal happening or done in the same period of time syn contemporarycontemporaneous with Built in the 13th century, the chapels are contemporaneous with many of the great Gothic cathedrals.contemporaneously adverbcontemporaneity /kənˌtempərəˈniːəti/ noun [uncountable]
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contemporaneousThe basin formation was associated with contemporaneous acid volcanism.Vertical dashed lines enclose periods of contemporaneous high lake levels and elevated geothermal activity on rift volcanoes.These were approximately contemporaneous invasions; and the legends celebrating their victories were developed simultaneously too.All life is contemporaneous, is now.The controversy ran contemporaneous with a delicate question of authority.Symptoms of reversion to primitive superstition about death are contemporaneous with Romanticism.contemporaneous withThe bones are contemporaneous with some of the earliest human fossils.
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