simultaneously, other major powers pressed Iran not to retaliate, arguing that Israel would use any retaliation to expand the war.
The political implications of hitting Iran and Lebanon simultaneously are significant.
But it simultaneously became dramatically less effective and accountable.
Brutality must be rejected as a “mistake,” but simultaneously preserved as a possible policy option.
Three things stand out in this simultaneously remarkable and humdrum bit of film.
simultaneously Andramark, also laughing, was on his feet, running and dodging.
simultaneously, it seemed, both he and his helper thought of Smaltz.
simultaneously, the jockeys sat down to ridethere was the cruel swish of catgut, the crueler prodding of steel.
Mischievously, the captain would order all the cannon to be simultaneously discharged.
simultaneously, tremendous developments in transportation kept the nation and its economy tied together.
1650s, from Medieval Latin simultaneus, perhaps from simultim "at the same time," extended from Latin simul "at the same time" (see similar (adj.)), or from simul with ending abstracted from Late Latin spontaneus, where the -t- is organic. Related: Simultaneously.