Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


If the two coincided in regard to direction, the attack commenced.

Then I sang the Tragala, which coincided with the political views of my friends.

It coincided quite fortuitously with the plans of the Council itself.

In this, as in most other of Barny's opinions, Peter and Jemmy coincided.

But he coincided fully in the propriety of the proposed course.

Moreover, each line of the one coincided with each line of the other.

The Spanish retreat, in October 1573, coincided with a naval defeat off Enkhuizen.

Those present, except the individual indicated, coincided with Smith.

The appearance of the pack, numbering about one hundred, coincided with his thought.

The true nature of the inquiries and circumstances all coincided.