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adjective as in accidental

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They may have been remembering events as more coincidental than they truly were.

So, the fact that the ad intercepts me, and I click on it, is just coincidental and it cannibalizes what would have been a free click on the organic search.

While the two efforts are not formally related, the timing is also not coincidental.

That it led to the Minnesota Twins making the World Series is purely coincidental.

It’s unclear if the suspected “serious adverse reaction” was a result of receiving the vaccine or coincidental, but the person affected is expected to recover, according to STAT.

I hope I can be forgiven for finding this echo more than merely coincidental.

This had the coincidental effect of filling the room to capacity for the preceding speaker, Rick Santorum.

“When I met her we were talking how coincidental it was,” Williams tells The Daily Beast.

A source close to Zuckerberg has said the timing of the banns was purely coincidental, since the IPO date was a “moving target.”

Note: Any connection between the castmembers of Jersey Shore and the definition of this term are purely coincidental.

Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

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

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

Any resemblance to persons living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.

These are among the refinements of practice coincidental with the advance of the art.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to coincidental, such as: circumstantial, fortuitous, incidental, unintentional, casual, and chance.

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