synchronously with the process of ovulation, there commences the monthly function of menstruation.
Study, of course, but synchronously—letting the work be its own exercises.
There are two general types of printing instruments, the step-by-step, and the synchronously moving type-wheels.
We have already seen that synchronously with this intellectual there was a moral impulse coming into play.
Mixed conditions in the remains of a locality are often due to the presence of different peoples, synchronously or otherwise.
In 1897 a general census was taken as synchronously throughout the empire as was found possible.
synchronous syn·chro·nous (sĭng'krə-nəs, sĭn'-)
Occurring or existing at the same time.