EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COEXISTING
Coexisting with these is often (as in Fig. 27) smallness of the upper jaw.
Most often it is due to the coexisting disease of the intestinal mucous membrane or to the ingestion of unsuitable foods.
Pleurisy is rare except where there is coexisting inflammation of the lungs.
Space must, however, be thought in this latter manner, for it contains an infinite number of coexisting parts.
Lastly, the prognosis was influenced in the case of many of the viscera by coexisting injury to other organs or parts.
In the Herbartian theory of a world of coexisting individuals, the notion of reciprocal action was central.
Those ideas are hypostasized abstractions which are taken from the uniformly coexisting characteristics of objects.
The indications vary, depending on whether there is a coexisting middle-ear suppuration or not.
Some of the older accounts also warrant the suspicion that a coexisting typhus had to do with the high death-rate.
Incompossible, in-kom-pos′i-bl, adj. incapable of coexisting.