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concurrent
used in Tom Jones

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Definition
occurring or operating at the same time
  • He desired leave to go to Sophia, that he might endeavour to obtain her concurrence with her father's inclinations.
    Book 6 (54% in)
  • But however, if you have not hitherto considered of this matter, I promise you it is now high time, for my brother is resolved immediately to conclude the treaty with Mr Blifil; and indeed I am a sort of guarantee in the affair, and have promised your concurrence.
    Book 7 (10% in)
  • The credit of the former is by common notoriety supported for a long time; and public records, with the concurrent testimony of many authors, bear evidence to their truth in future ages.
    Book 8 (4% in)
  • As we have no public notoriety, no concurrent testimony, no records to support and corroborate what we deliver, it becomes us to keep within the limits not only of possibility, but of probability too; and this more especially in painting what is greatly good and amiable.
    Book 8 (4% in)
  • An alliance between two families so nearly neighbours, and between whom there had always existed so mutual an intercourse and good harmony, I thought a most desirable event; and with regard to the young lady, not only the concurrent opinion of all who knew her, but my own observation assured me that she would be an inestimable treasure to a good husband.
    Book 17 (18% in)

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