use concomitant in a sentence.
Well this is a clusterfuck of a trivial civil disobedience protest and concomitant selective enforcement defense just waiting to happen.
HN doesn't have nearly the mass and concomitant crowd problems of Reddit, though.
That said, it IS based on a lot of survey data, with all the concomitant warts...
If US tax revenues fall, then tax rates rise (with concomitant loopholes for the wealthy).
If there is a "concomitant concentration of power," people are hosed, and you're exactly right.
The point is to make sure there is NOT a concomitant concentration of power.
While I have nothing against the idea of "resolving" jerks/bullies, I think suggesting that deep technical skills and being an unproductive jerk are concomitant is insulting, and dangerously wrong.
Don't guilty corporate clients already spend heavily to defend themselves necessitating a concomitant response by the righteous(?
Yeah but "funnest" is concomitant with "think different".
Nokia is a company with over 100 years of success behind it, and it approaches new products with the concomitant confidence: they really believe the engineers will be able to pull off whatever the marketers come up with.
The rise of Wikipedia with the concomitant decline of commercial, paper encyclopedias offers some insight into the future of education.
Banks can't come out and simply say that because of market realities (there are lots of market realities involving software security that terribly impact your day to day life) and concomitant liability.