coincide[ koh-in-sahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF coincide
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COINCIDE
In other words, the axes of figure of the two surfaces must coincide.
To begin with, it does not coincide in point of time with the tide inshore.
He began to suspect, now, that the welfare of others can often coincide with one's own.
She had her own views in the matter, and they did not in the least coincide with Susan's.
I have made these remarks in the hope that you will coincide.
The council did no more than to coincide in his views and confirm his judgment.
Observe the circumstances which coincide with the Jersey practice.
Certainly the position given by Ptolemy does not coincide with that of Bir Borhut.
To concur is to agree in general; to coincide is to agree in every particular.
Here, then, the means differ from the end; there, end and means seem to coincide.