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noun as in agreement; coexistence
In other words, it was no coincidence that politics had become self-sustaining, self-dealing, and self-centered.
The timing of the trip—which will take him to Italy, France, Germany, The Netherlands, and Norway—may not be a coincidence.
“It is probably not a coincidence that Gloria released a poll this week showing how much further ahead his pollster has him,” Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts write.
It is probably not a coincidence that Gloria released a poll this week showing how much further ahead his pollster has him.
The coincidence was strong, and if confirmed, it would let astronomers figure out what causes fast radio bursts.
In Colombia, it was perceived more like a coincidence or perhaps even an opportunistic play by the FARC.
By a sad coincidence, one of these heroes, John Michael Doar, died that same day from congestive heart failure.
In a strange coincidence, the Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything opened the same weekend as Interstellar.
Is this just coincidence, or has something changed in the cultural dialogue?
His last line was, “Barbara Jean Kralik was not killed by coincidence!”
When the ship tossed in an unusually rough crossing he was prepared to admit to himself that it was an uncanny coincidence.
But, having summarised them, we also become aware of a very curious coincidence.
The door flew open, so that the princess receded, frightened in spite of herself by the odd coincidence.
"It is only a chance resemblance, of course—a mere coincidence," she replied, in a tone of uneasiness.
Do not wish to suggest anything wrong; but coincidence at least remarkable.
On this page you'll find 62 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coincidence, such as: accompaniment, accord, accordance, collaboration, concomitance, and concurrence.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.