Origin of concurrence
Examples from the Web for concurrence
In a concurrence, Justice Stephen Breyer said a more finely tailored law might survive constitutional scrutiny.In Case of Lies and Free Speech, Supreme Court Skirts Law of Online Dating|Dan Slater|June 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The concurrence of parliament is not to be, but has long been, given.The Waters of Edera|Louise de la Rame, a.k.a. Ouida
But the report which Buckingham made was by no means so convincing as to win their concurrence.
Style comes unawares through the concurrence of many elements; but can we achieve it without design?Rodin: The Man and his Art|Judith Cladel
You are desired by your brother to ask if my father has acted with my concurrence in proposing a separation.Byron|Richard Edgcumbe
The Bishops speedily agreed on an address of thanks for the royal message, and requested the concurrence of the Lower House.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
British Dictionary definitions for concurrence
Word Origin and History for concurrence
early 15c., from Old French concurrence (14c.) or directly from Medieval Latin concurrentia "a running together," from concurrens, present participle of concurrere (see concur).