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- n. The quality or state of being simultaneous; simultaneity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or fact of being simultaneous, or of happening at the same time, or acting in conjunction.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. happening or existing or done at the same time
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I think you are too well pleased with the simultaneousness.
Two streams were running simultaneousness for most of the day with great presentations running in both rooms.
The remarkable simultaneousness of these moves smells like collusion.
Four minutes had been found to express indifference to indoor arrangements, and simultaneousness had implied too great an anxiety about meals.
There appears also to be an incorrectness in the notion which occurs both here and in the Gorgias, of the simultaneousness of merely bodily pleasures and pains.
As they did so, I remember so well each lowered his cigar suddenly with the simultaneousness of a drill.
It is worse; for you cannot sit motionless in the heart of these perils, because the boat is rocking like a cradle, and you are pitched one way and the other, without the slightest warning; and only by a certain self-adjusting buoyancy and simultaneousness of volition and action, can you escape being made a Mazeppa of, and run away with where the all-seeing sun himself could never pierce you out.
In the thinking of Leibniz this simultaneousness is grounded in the all-pervading lex continui, which maintains that “all” basic constituents of the universe are somehow contin - uous, be they physical or metaphysical, elemental or rational.
Its universality, simultaneousness, minute accuracy, quantifiability, etc., are such that it is really to the visual Presentment that I refer all other elements in my sense-experience.
No wonder a mere man said, "I can't cook because of the awful simultaneousness of everything."