Synonyms for co-exist

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It is only in the limited human nature that good and evil can co-exist.

Softness and decision, breadth and delineation, cannot co-exist in equal degrees.

Piles may co-exist in some cases of ballooning, but are usually not annoying.

Yet they would all co-exist for the three-dimensional man of the present day.

For the rest I repeat that "telepathy" also may co-exist along with "mediumistic" action.

They do not believe that they can co-exist with the Albanians.

The two senses cannot co-exist without a sense of causation.

These big unions cannot co-exist and flourish in the same country.

All sorts of conjectures may be made, and have been made, to explain why B should follow A, or co-exist with it.

The fact that they may co-exist affords us no excuse for confusing them.