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Concomitants

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concomitants  : accompanying especially in a subordinate or incidental way — (con·com·i·tant·ly) adverb

The drug's risks increase with the concomitant use of alcohol. <an improvement in the facilities led to a concomitant improvement in morale> … Christopher Walken delivers his customary edge without any of his clichéd, concomitant weirdness. —Stephen Whitty, Entertainment Weekly, 12 Feb. 1999

Latin concomitant-, concomitans, present participle of concomitari to accompany, from com- + comitari to accompany, from comit-, comes companion.

something that happens at the same time as something else : a condition that is associated with some other condition.

something that accompanies or is collaterally connected with something else.