One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘contemporary writing says that the city's walls were formidable’
contemporaneous, concurrent, coeval, synchronous, synchronic, of the time, of the day, simultaneous
2‘crime and violence in contemporary society’
modern, present-day, present, current, present-time, immediate, extant
up to date, up to the minute, fashionable, latest, recent, ultra-modern, newfangled, modish, voguish, in vogue
à la mode
informal bang up to date, with it
old-fashioned, out of date
1‘the contemporaries of Chaucer’
rare compeer, coeval
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