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    concomitant

    concomitant - Dictionary definition and meaning for word concomitant

    Definition
    (noun) an event or situation that happens at the same time as or in connection with another Definition
    (adj) following or accompanying as a consequence
    Example Sentence
    • an excessive growth of bureaucracy, with attendant problems
    • snags incidental to the changeover in management
    • attendant circumstances
    • the period of tension and consequent need for military preparedness
    • the ensuant response to his appeal
    • the resultant savings were considerable
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for concomitant

con(together) + comitant(sounds like commitment)..so if we have committed to each other, we'll go together.

CON(continuous)+COMITANT(take it as a person who commits)....hence a person who is in continuous commitment is always with his GIRLFRIND....i.e associated,accompanying..

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CONcurrent + acCOMpanying + attENDANT = CONCOMITANT.

CONnie COME IN THE TENT with me

comit(commited)- deafness, cataract,etc are some problems the accompany(commited),(concomitant) with that of the old age.

con+comitant con= common comitant=commitment As there is common commitment , they are accompanying

concomitant..split it into con,comit..con in root meaning is with..and make comit to comet..some say when hales comet appears it accompanies death of a big leader

concomitant = "can go mit" said his aunt as they are going out of home.

concomitant = con ( connection) + commit; when the girl or boy is commit means that he or she is with someone.

Remember those product promotion schemes, you purchase some product named something like "con" and along with it ("com") comes another thing called something like "tant", like with Colgate (con) comes (com) a "t"oothbrush (tant)

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