WORD! Concomitant

Pierre Metivier

As I was reading my lastest book-club-book Mr. Peanut, on my iPad last night,  I was pleasantly surprised to see an unfamiliar word, every few pages. Adam Ross, the author has an impressive vocabulary and knows how to use it!

I especially loved the word concomitant, which is an efficient way to say that an event or thing is related to a series of other events or things, though not the main cause. Please excuse the dark photo, while the novel is dark, this grainy image reflects my iphone to ipad photo skills, not the pages of the book.

And then I always appreciate dictionary.com‘s definition (with audio!).

We hope that with a good education, natural talent for language and concomitant word-of-the-day posts from MISS you too will have an Adam Rossian vocabulary.


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