concomitate

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EtymologyEdit

French concomitant

VerbEdit

concomitate (third-person singular simple present concomitates, present participle concomitating, simple past and past participle concomitated)

  1. to accompany, to be somehow connected
    • 1638 Herbert, Sir Thomas Some years travels into divers parts of Asia and Afrique
      ...bored by nature atop their prodigious ſhoulders, like ſo many floating Ilands concomitating us.
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