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French concomitant

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

  1. (transitive) To accompany; to be somehow connected with.
    • 1638, Sir Thomas Herbert, Some years travels into divers parts of Asia and Afrique
      [] spouting part of the briny Ocean in wantonnesse out of their oylie pipes bored by nature atop their prodigious ſhoulders, like ſo many floating Ilands concomitating us.
    • Harvey
      This simple spectation of the lungs is differenced from that which concomitates a pleurisy.

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concomitāte

  1. vocative masculine singular of concomitātus