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[ US /koʊˈɪnsɪdəns/ ]
[ UK /kə‍ʊˈɪnsɪdəns/ ]
  1. an event that might have been arranged although it was really accidental
  2. the quality of occupying the same position or area in space
    he waited for the coincidence of the target and the cross hairs
  3. the temporal property of two things happening at the same time
    the interval determining the coincidence gate is adjustable
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How To Use coincidence In A Sentence

  • It's no coincidence that we're in a similar political landscape at the moment. Times, Sunday Times
  • The similarity between their names is due to coincidence and European mispronunciation -- "Mahican" comes from the word Muheconneok, "from Drag to Playlist - Articles related to Ten tips for expectant mothers
  • Not a coincidence is my guess, but no one should confuse causation and correlation. Perspective
  • It is no coincidence that he moves fluently between traditional, isolated studio practice and his 13-year commitment to the housing project.
  • The identity of this woman is known by a remarkable coincidence.
  • No-one wants to see a team of cloggers but again it was no coincidence that away from home City conceded just four free-kicks.
  • Her career is a thread of happy coincidences and social networking, before that became something people did alone and online. Times, Sunday Times
  • The massive petty crime is implements under the ethyl alcohol function, this by no means coincidence.
  • After the fourth attack on her car she was convinced that the vandalism was more than just coincidence.
  • His notion of synchronicity is that there is an acausal principle that links events having a similar meaning by their coincidence in time rather than sequentially.
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