Definition of Simultaneousness

1. Noun. Happening or existing or done at the same time.

Exact synonyms: Simultaneity
Generic synonyms: Timing
Specialized synonyms: Co-occurrence, Coincidence, Concurrence, Conjunction
Derivative terms: Simultaneous, Simultaneous



Definition of Simultaneousness

1. Noun. The quality or state of being simultaneous; simultaneity. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Simultaneousness

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simultaneousness (current term)
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Literary usage of Simultaneousness

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1. The Jesuits, 1534-1921: A History of the Society of Jesus from Its by Thomas Joseph Campbell (1921)
"... in Prance by the Encyclopedists — The Royal Secret — simultaneousness of the Suppression — Wanderings of the Exiles — Pignatelli — Expulsion by Tanucci. ..."

2. Reports on Epidemic Cholera: Drawn Up at the Desire of the Cholera Committee by William Baly, William Withey Gull (1854)
"... there was the same general approach to simultaneousness as appeared in a comparison of different counties, and of different towns, one with another. ..."

3. The Mental State of Hystericals: A Study of Mental Stigmata and Mental Accidents by Pierre Janet (1901)
"This simultaneousness, it will be said, is not absolute ; it would be necessary to show by exact measurement the simultaneousness of one movement of the ..."

4. The Mental State of Hystericals: A Study of Mental Stigmata and Mental Accidents by Pierre Janet (1901)
"This simultaneousness, it will be said, is not absolute; it would be necessary to show by exact measurement the simultaneousness of one movement of the lips ..."

5. The Mental State of Hystericals: A Study of Mental Stigmata and Mental Accidents by Pierre Janet (1901)
"This simultaneousness, it will be said, is not absolute; it would be necessary to show by exact measurement the simultaneousness of one movement of the lips ..."

6. Introduction to physiological psychology by Theodor Ziehen (1899)
"But the component idea c is also associated with e, f, and g in accordance with the law of simultaneousness, and is therefore able to reproduce these ..."

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