- The definition of concomitant is something that goes naturally together or is associated with something else.
An example of concomitant is a large salary with a good job.
- Concomitant is defined as something that usually happens along with, or right after, another event.
An example of concomitant is getting fired after you tell off your boss.
concomitant definition by Webster's New World
Origin: ; from Late Latin concomitans: see concomitance
- concomitantly adverb
concomitant definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: Late Latin concomitāns, concomitant-, present participle of concomitārī, to accompany : Latin com-, com- + Latin comitārī, to accompany (from comes, comit-, companion; see ei- in Indo-European roots).
- con·comˈi·tant·ly adverb