I encountered both “homogeneous” and “homogenous” in my studying tonight, so I thought I would investigate the difference between the two. Homogeneous items are all of the same kind; homogenous items correspond in structure because of a common origin. So….a bag of M&M’s would be homogenous, but a bag of all pink M&M’s would be homogeneous.
Then I ran into “concomitant,” which is, incidentally, a really great word to say. This one means almost the same thing as “concurrent,” but with a decreased emphasis than its accompanying item/event. So for dinner this evening, we’re going to have soup and a concomitant sandwich.