- contemplative order,
- contempt of congress
Origin of contemporaneous
Examples from the Web for contemporaneously
Indeed, Reed was contemporaneously chronicling—not so much celebrating—bad old New York.Weren’t Those the Bad Old Days? The Poison of New York City Nostalgia|Michael Moynihan|January 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Contemporaneously with public lamps were improved organizations for night-watchmen and police.History of the Conflict Between Religion and Science|John William Draper
The municipal policy corresponded to the national; it was not so much advanced as that contemporaneously existing in Peru.History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume II (of 2)|John William Draper
Contemporaneously with the work-song, the cult-song makes its appearance.Elements of Folk Psychology|Wilhelm Wundt
His relations with Cleanthes, contemporaneously criticized by Antipater, are considered under Stoics.
It is probable that a sign language before existing became, contemporaneously with nomadic life, cultivated and enriched.
1650s, from Late Latin contemporaneus "contemporary," from the same source as contemporary but with a form after Late Latin temporaneous "timely." Related: Contemporaneously; contemporaneity.