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  • as injointly
  • as intogether
  • as insynchronously

synonyms for coincidentally

  • accordingly
  • collectively
  • cooperatively
  • mutually
  • simultaneously
  • together
  • unitedly
  • conjointly
  • agreeably
  • alike
  • arm in arm
  • combined
  • companionably
  • concomitantly
  • concurrently
  • connectedly
  • en masse
  • hand in glove
  • hand in hand
  • harmoniously
  • in a group
  • in common
  • in company with
  • in concert
  • in conjunction
  • in league
  • in partnership
  • in unison
  • inextricably
  • inseparably
  • intimately
  • reciprocally
  • side by side
  • similarly
  • synchronically
  • with one another
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    How to use coincidentally in a sentence

    Coincidentally, the multitudinous barons had gradually built up the Feudal System.
    INVENTIONBRADLEY A. FISKE
    Coincidentally with his entrance five people who had been at work in the office, under Sheridan's direction, walked out.
    THE TURMOILBOOTH TARKINGTON
    I would save myself from slaughter and coincidentally save him from the crime of dyeing his hands with the gore of a fellow being.
    FIBBLE, D. D.IRVIN SHREWSBURY COBB
    It had been the property of a New York financier who had disappeared coincidentally with the looting of his bank.
    A CHRISTMAS CAROLC. Z. BARNETT
    Coincidentally other discoveries made themselves manifest to his understanding.
    SUNDRY ACCOUNTSIRVIN S. COBB
    He set out coincidentally with it and he aimed to have his pilfering stint finished when the parade was over.
    SUNDRY ACCOUNTSIRVIN S. COBB
    McCann just coincidentally happens to die right after he and his partner make their big strike.
    THE RISK PROFESSIONDONALD EDWIN WESTLAKE
    Instead it added George Colmans translation of Terence, coincidentally also from 1765.
    THE COMEDIES OF TERENCEPUBLIUS TERENTIUS AFER, (AKA) TERENCE
    Coincidentally was the announcement that she was going in for light opera.
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    Coincidentally, unobserved but observant, Barouffski was also passing that way.
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