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simul

[sim-uh l]
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adverb
  1. (in prescriptions) together.

Origin of simul

< Latin; cf. similar, simplex
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Examples from the Web for simul

Historical Examples

  • Tully, when he was invited to a second marriage, replied, he could not simul amare et sapere be wise and love both together.

    The Anatomy of Melancholy

    Democritus Junior

  • Cui simul infula virgineos circumdata comtus, Ex utraque pari malarum parte profusa est.

  • At simul veniebat in mentem oratio Josue, & Calebi, plena divin fiduci: Terra valde bona est.

  • He was now 'in want in the midst of plenty', simul et in media copia et in summa inopia.

  • Sed ego vos, quo pauca monerem, advocavi; simul uti causam mei consilii aperirem.

    De Bello Catilinario et Jugurthino

    Caius Sallustii Crispi (Sallustius)


British Dictionary definitions for simul

simul

noun
  1. a shortened form of simultaneous (def. 2)
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