a : mutually contrived or agreed on <a concerted effort>
b : performed in unison <concerted artillery fire>
: arranged in parts for several voices or instruments
— con·cert·ed·ly adverb
— con·cert·ed·ness noun
Examples of CONCERTED
- They made a concerted effort to make her feel welcome.
- <a victory like that results only from the concerted effort of the entire team>
First Known Use of CONCERTED
Related to CONCERTED
- collaborative, combined, common, communal, collective, conjoint, conjunct, cooperative, joint, multiple, mutual, pooled, public, shared, united
- exclusive, individual, one-man, one-sided, one-way, single, sole, solitary, unilateral
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