during the same time period: A number of state constitutions were adopted either prior to or contemporaneously with the federal Constitution and Bill of Rights.
- non·con·tem·po·ra·ne·ous·ly, adverb
- pre·con·tem·po·ra·ne·ous·ly, adverb
- un·con·tem·po·ra·ne·ous·ly, adverb
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How to use contemporaneously in a sentence
The realm of what is possible continues to expand, but it is arising contemporaneously with exponentially challenging global issues that require better information, leadership, and action.Big Tech’s attention economy can be reformed. Here’s how. | Gideon Lichfield | January 10, 2021 | MIT Technology Review
Sometimes we get a sense of how one will be reflected in its light 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 | THE DAILY BEAST
contemporaneously with Toffana, another Italian, Keli, devoted himself to similar crimes.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection | Alexander Wynter Blyth
We are probably concerned with two tendencies which may exist contemporaneously, and each have its value.Impressions And Comments | Havelock Ellis
One likes notes in a diary to be made contemporaneously and not “written-up” afterwards.Andrew Marvell | Augustine Birrell
contemporaneously with the Maias and the monkeys many other animals came into being, among them the dog.Folk-lore in Borneo | William Henry Furness
Incidentally, I may say, that I have invented a means of bathing children contemporaneously, without having a large bath.The Montessori Method | Maria Montessori