from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Living or existing at the same time; contemporaneous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Living or being at the same time; contemporaneous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Less usual forms of contemporaneous, contemporary.
Hucksterbee's own beliefs, like that dinosaurs and people were cotemporaneous and that God created the Earth 8,000 years ago, should next come under scrutiny.
These "values" used to be cotemporaneous with the Englightenment's liberal values, but now they have a decidedly moral and religious cast that the Founders would have found immensely disagreeable.
A man conversing in earnest, if he watch his intellectual processes, will find that a material image, more or less luminous, arises in his mind, cotemporaneous with every thought, which furnishes the vestment of the thought.
The Missouri senator seemed, of all cotemporaneous statesmen, to be the only one that fully comprehended the incipient treason.
In this way there are two distinct classes of cotemporaneous literature to be found in the
They would arrange themselves in a cotemporaneous, extensive, or spatial relation to one another just as the objects of Vision do at present.
Maclane was most probably the "Mac" alluded to by SENEX; but his account differs in so many respects from cotemporaneous records that I have ventured to trespass somewhat largely upon your space.
Let us not, in the pages of "N. & Q." at least, witness farther attempts to misappropriate the writings of one, whose undying fame will be cotemporaneous with the literature of England.
What is here stated, was asserted in a cotemporaneous pamphlet, published in this city on the occasion.
As with the werwolf, so with the wer-tiger, the metamorphosis is usually dependent on the hour of the day, and generally occurs cotemporaneous with the setting of the sun.
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