3. concluding, closing, final, last, ending, terminal, terminative, Rare, conclusory; finishing, completing.
concoct, v. 1. prepare, cook, cook up, make; compose, combine, mix, put together; get up, Inf. rustle up, muster up.
2. devise, contrive, cogitate, excogitate; think up, dream up, make up, conjure up. Inf. cook up; plot, compass, design, germinate; fashion, fabricate, hatch, invent, forge, scheme, Sl. hoke up; create, originate, formulate, form, draft, frame, shape; coin, mint, neologize, neoterize.
concoction, n. 1. compound, mixture, combination, mix, composition, blend, admixture; brew, potion, drink.
2. creation, invention, formation, conception; fabrication, formulation, manufacture, production; contrivance, scheme, plot, plan, design, device; coinage, mintage, neologism, neoterism.
concomitant, adj. 1. attendant, attending, accompanying, belonging; accessory, auxiliary, adjuvant, supplemental, supplementary; (all usually in a subordinate capacity) joint, joined, conjoint, conjoined, conjunctive, connected, tied, bound, linked; associated, affiliated; allied, united, leagued, confederated; amalgamated, merged, consolidated.
2. concurrent, parallel, collateral, side-by-side; coexistent, coexisting, coincident, coeval, contemporary, contemporaneous, simultaneous, coinstantaneous; synchronous, synchronal; synchronized, in time, in tempo, in step, Inf. in sync.
3. cooperative, cooperating, collaborative, collaborating, coactive, interactive, interactional, interacting, synergetic, synergistic. -n. 4. offshoot, corollary, side effect; side issue, accompanying circumstance, accessory fact; adjunct, addition, appendage, appendix, supplement, affix, attachment, tailpiece, coda; accessory, attendant, appurtenance, appurtenant; contemporary, coexistent, coeval.
concord, n. 1. unanimity, consentience, consentaneity, consentaneousness, like-mindedness; concurrence, concordance, consonance; agreement, accord, accordance, compliance, conformity, conformance, conformation; unity, oneness, oneness of mind, singlemindedness; consensus, common consent, general consent; concert, chorus, one voice.
2. affinity, friendship, rapport, good will, good feeling, amity, cordial relations; congeniality, amicability, neighborliness; fraternity, brotherhood, brotherliness, fellowship, comradeship.
3. harmony, harmoniousness, proportion, balance, symmetry; coherence, cohesion, consistency; congrui-ty, congruence, congruousness, mutual fitness; amalgamation, consolidation, merger, incorporation, unification; alliance, confederation, federation.
4. peace, peacefulness; quiet, quietude, serenity; tranquillity; order.
5. treaty, settlement, agreement, understanding; truce, armistice, cease-fire, cessation of hostilities; contract, compact, concordat, covenant, convention, pact.
concordant, adj. agreeing, in agreement, corresponding, correspondent, in correspondence, concurring, concurrent, consentient, consentaneous; harmonious, in harmony, consonant; accordant, in accord, complying, conforming, conformable; proportionate, balanced, symmetrical; coherent, cohesive, consistent, congruent; unanimous, in unison, at one, in rapport, of the same mind, of one mind, like-minded, singleminded.
concordat, n. formal agreement, contract, charter, indenture, covenant, bond; compact, treaty, protocol, alliance, pact, Rare, paction, convention; mutual understanding, accord, accordance, concord, concordance, concurrence; settlement, arrangement, bargain, transaction, Inf. deal.