coexistent

[ koh-ig-zis-tuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF coexistent
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These two motives are coexistent with human activity itself.

Things are coexistent, in so far as they exist in one and the same time.

Her worship was coexistent and coextensive with that of her divine brother and husband.

Man is the image and likeness of God, coexistent and coeternal with Him.

They can't seem to be coexistent citizens, and they have been fighting this way since they both had on rompers.

Their origin is in the nature of God; and their continuance must be coexistent with the needs of the children of God.

In some countries the idea of truth is coexistent with the idea of destroying all existing forms of belief.

Besides, the proposition that different times cannot be coexistent could not be derived from a general conception.

For there is only one time in which all different times must be placed, not as coexistent, but as successive.

In human society, egoism is coexistent with altruism, competition with co-operation, mutual struggle with mutual aid.

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