[ adverb ] at the same instant




"they spoke simultaneously"

Used in print

(High Fidelity, 11:10...)

Certain pianistic traits are common to all five Schnabelian renditions , most notably the `` Schnabel trill '' ( which differs from the conventional trill in_that the two notes are struck simultaneously ) .

(Frank Getlein and Harold C. Gardiner, S.J., Movies,...)

For a moment or two , both scenes are present simultaneously , one growing weaker , one growing stronger .

We leap from event to event - including the formation of the posse - even though the events , in `` reality '' are taking_place not in sequence but simultaneously , and not near each other but at a considerable distance .

(Howard Nemerov, "Themes and Methods: The Early...)

It is this modulation which reveals to Jacoby his own frightful abjection and , simultaneously , his wife 's infidelity .

The dramatic construction of his stories characteristically turns_on a situation in which someone is simultaneously compelled and forbidden to love .

Related terms

coincident coincident