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simultaneous
used in Brave New World

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Definition
at the same time
  • In the four thousand rooms of the Centre the four thousand electric clocks simultaneously struck four.
    p. 33.9
simultaneously = at the same time
  • Showed them the simple mechanism by means of which, during the last two metres out of every eight, all the embryos were simultaneously shaken into familiarity with movement.
    p. 12.9
  • simultaneously = at the same time
  • But simultaneously we condition them to love all country sports.
    p. 23.4
  • simultaneously = at the same time
  • Rumbling and hissing, eighty vibro-vacuum massage machines were simultaneously kneading and sucking the firm and sunburnt flesh of eighty superb female specimens.
    p. 36.6
  • simultaneously = at the same time
  • There was a sudden explosive sunrise, and simultaneously, the Sixteen burst into song: "Bottle of mine, it's you I've always wanted!"
    p. 76.8
  • simultaneously = at the same time
  • Fifi Bradlaugh and Tom Kawaguchi rose simultaneously to their feet.
    p. 83.9
  • simultaneously = at the same time
  • From eighteen hundred bottles eighteen hundred carefully labelled infants were simultaneously sucking down their pint of pasteurized external secretion.
    p. 147.2
  • simultaneously = at the same time
  • They met his eyes and simultaneously grinned.
    p. 207.7
  • simultaneously = at the same time
  • "Oo-oh!" said all the hundred and sixty-two simultaneously, as though they were looking at fireworks.
    p. 209.8
  • simultaneously = at the same time
  • And rapidly, with a series of ritual gestures, he uncoiled two wires connected to the portable battery buckled round his waist; plugged them simultaneously into the sides of his aluminum hat; touched a spring on the crown–and antennae shot up into the air; touched another spring on the peak of the brim–and, like a jack-in-the-box, out jumped a microphone and hung there, quivering, six inches in front of his nose; pulled down a pair of receivers over his ears; pressed a switch on the...
    p. 249.5
simultaneously = at the same time
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