Definition of concurrence:
coexistence, license, colligation, alignment, unison, co-occurrence, accompaniment, harmony, consonance, unity, even as, coincidence, clearance, happenstance, conjunctive, tune, bargain, at the same time, leave, meanwhile, concurrent, as, connective, agree, green light, conjunction, common ground, sufferance, warrant, symmetry, consistency, attendant, congruity, meeting of the minds, rapport, while, all the time, when, concomitant, authorization, conjugation, concurrency, amity, together, simultaneous, uniformity, junction, continuative, granting, meeting of minds.
- co-operation (part of speech: noun)
compliance (part of speech: noun)
- agreement (part of speech: noun)
- concurrence (part of speech: noun)
- simultaneousness (part of speech: noun)
- consent (part of speech: noun)
It depended upon the concurrence of circumstances which, for the moment, forced all persons of property and law- abiding instincts to join together in all the States to remedy an intolerable situation.- "The Wars Between England and America", T. C. Smith.
Notwithstanding the concurrence of opinion between Rollo's mother and his uncle that he had done nothing wrong, neither he nor Jennie could help feeling some degree of uneasiness and some little dissatisfaction with themselves in respect to the manner in which they had spent the afternoon.- "Rollo in Paris", Jacob Abbott.
- "Jane Talbot", Charles Brockden Brown.