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What is the noun for contemporaries?

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  1. The quality of being contemporary; contemporaneousness.
  2. Examples:
    1. “They exist and are contemporaneous. Contemporality does not mean, however, that they occupy the same geo-physical moment of time on the globe.”
  1. The process of bringing an activity or organization up to date.
  1. The state or characteristic of being contemporaneous.
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “The seamless blend of classical architecture and modern design in this building showcases the elegant contemporaneity of the architect's vision.”
      “I'm not sure my point was about marshalling the judgment of history so much as resisting the indiscrimination of contemporaneity.”
      “In retrospect, the decision seems to have been a gratuitous gesture in the direction of relevance and contemporaneity.”
  1. The state or characteristic of being contemporaneous.
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “Elizabeth Gaskell is insistent about the contemporaneousness of her 1854 narrative.”
      “Joe's condition, the seriousness of the wound, the relatively contemporaneousness of the statements and the dominance of the event all lead me to that conclusion.”
      “And so on and on, to an infinity of modulations on this endless impasse that makes up artistic modernity and contemporaneousness.”
  1. Alternative spelling of contemporisation
  1. The state or quality of being contemporary.
  2. Examples:
    1. “The most impressive thing about the episode was its sheer contemporariness.”
      “They seldom bother to analyze the basis of those ideologies and their contemporariness.”
      “The contemporariness of the themes and ideas, which Hugo tried to strongly convey through his works, is striking.”
  1. (rare) A contemporary.
  1. plural of contemporisation
  1. plural of contemporization
  1. plural of contemporanean
  1. (rare) plural of contemporality
  1. plural of contemporary
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  3. Examples:
    1. “However, contemporaries now subscribe to the notion that the term brioche is a derivative of the Norman word for pound, broyer.”
      “At a time when most of her contemporaries were sitting exams, she was acting in meaty TV roles.”
      “His comedy stylings were considered slightly edgier than many of his contemporaries, yet he was still mainstream enough to appear on television.”
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