Synonyms for co-existed

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It co-existed with dulness, it existed in people who were frankly intolerable.

Her diffidence, it was clear, co-existed with a firm, inviolable spirit.

It may finally divide, or it may reunite, the inward and outward elements which have co-existed in the life.

It would seem that Buddhism and Brahmanism co-existed in the same districts but had not yet begun to fuse doctrinally.

All three co-existed within the Hebrew pale, and the two last fall under the common category of "disciples."

For the objects of any two ideas need not have co-existed in the same sensation in order to become mutually associable.

It was a Neanderthal man, one of the race that co-existed with the highly developed Cro-Magnons some thirty thousand years ago.

The Mowallads co-existed with the general and rapid corruption of the language from the beginning or middle of the second century.

Thus the primitive unity is broken up; the original social order which co-existed with, and was dependent on it, breaks up also.

The indian and the buffalo could and would, judging by the past, have co-existed forever.