Concomitant [adjective]

Definition of Concomitant:

contributing, accompanying

Opposite/Antonyms of Concomitant:

Sentence/Example of Concomitant:

It by no means follows, however, that virtue is the invariable concomitant of plausible speech.

Thus we find that earthly kings publish their decrees with such concomitant, that none may say, "We heard not this."

In a moment I had reached that phase of weakly decisive anger which is for people of my temperament the concomitant of exhaustion.

Similar objections will be found to apply to the Method of Concomitant Variations.

The use of the aspis in Homer, therefore, throws no suspicion on the concomitant use of the corslet.

The journey is also rendered disagreeable by the dust which is the invariable concomitant of Argentine railway travelling.

In this new stage, the Mendelssohnian Reform, with its concomitant German language, was lost sight of.

On the other hand, in concomitant strabismus, restriction of movement towards the opposite side not unfrequently develops itself.

Fetishism of the Zui description is, indeed, the natural concomitant of a totemic system.

Whether or not this occurs depends solely upon concomitant circumstances.