coincidental

[ koh-in-si-den-tl ]SEE DEFINITION OF coincidental

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His passing, and the coming of the easterly wind, were coincidental.

And that again the similarity in retouching to the upper right of Oswald's shoulder and head might be coincidental?

But the kind of ghost most frequently seen is that which appears not before but immediately after, or coincidental with, a death.

Then there befell the household a series of coincidental labor problems that left them all at once without servants.

The Witch is an eminently readable story of adventure of the coincidental kind.

Vaccination has exceptionally been responsible for the disease, probably through some coincidental infection.

This report is prepared from the actual visit of the relieving officer at the home of the applicant, and by coincidental inquiry.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1800, from coincident + -al (1).

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