coexistence[ koh-ig-zis-tuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF coexistence
Synonyms for coexistence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COEXISTENCE
Now coexistence is the existence of the manifold in the same time.
The three modi of time are permanence, succession, and coexistence.
Similarly, coexistence is a coexistence of states of two permanents.
It is one thing to note this coexistence and another to explain it adequately.
Technically these uniformities have been divided into uniformities of Sequence and uniformities of Coexistence.
But coexistence by no means draws amalgamation in its train.
It was scarcely a companionship, but a coexistence in unsociability.
In our case, the data are merely the known cases of coexistence of A and B.
Thus we understand the coexistence without contradiction of an indeterminate possible field and a limited actual field.
The relation between totemism and the practice of magic appears to be essentially one of coexistence in a community.