What is another word for coincident?

Pronunciation: [kə͡ʊˈɪnsɪdənt] (IPA)

There are a number of synonyms for the word "coincident" that can be used depending on the context of use. Some possible alternatives may include "concurrent," meaning occurring at the same time, "simultaneous," meaning happening at the exact same time, "corresponding," which suggests a connection or similarity, or "parallel," which suggests a shared aspect or similarity. Other potential synonyms for "coincident" might include "concurrence," "synchronicity," or "alignment," which all suggest a sense of timing or coordination. Ultimately, the choice of which synonym to use may depend on the intended meaning, tone, and emphasis of the sentence or phrase in question.

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What are the opposite words for coincident?

Coincident is a term used to describe an occurrence in which two events happen simultaneously or by chance. However, there are several antonyms for this word that can be used to convey opposite meanings. Some antonyms for coincident include unconnected, unrelated, distinct, separate, and different. These words represent the opposite of occurrence which is defined as the lack of connection or common characteristics between two or more events. Using these antonyms can help to express the idea of things happening independently or in isolation. Ultimately, the appropriate antonym for coincident depends on the context and the desired meaning of your communication.

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Usage examples for Coincident

On the recurrence of his birth-day, which was nearly coincident with the beginning of the year, he says:- I am once more entered on a new year of my life, I fear without the last having been much improved; and to form resolutions of amendment in my own strength can avail me nothing.
"Memoir and Diary of John Yeardley, Minister of the Gospel"
John Yeardley
coincident with this has come an immense wave of national prosperity and consequent business activity, which increasingly engross the attention of men's minds.
"Lessons of the war with Spain and other articles"
Alfred T. Mahan
That the circle is an extreme form of ellipse will be evident, if we suppose the two pins to draw in so close together that they become coincident; the point will then simply trace out a circle as the pencil moves round the figure.
"The Story of the Heavens"
Robert Stawell Ball

Famous quotes with Coincident

  • Gladness, in some instances, springs from a natural buoyancy of temperament, and is quite consistent with shallowness and superficiality of character. In other cases it is coincident with the swift flow of the currents of the blood, and ceases when the stream flows more slowly and begins to stagnate. Or it is due to gifts which an exceptional good fortune showers into the laps of favoured mortals. Gladness of this sort comes with happiness and departs with it. But the purified gladness of which I speak is not dependent on these accidents. It is the mark of the ripest wisdom, and is based on the conviction, gained through experience, that life is worth living, that the victory is assured, and that the ends we pursue are of such excellence as to be incapable of ultimate defeat.
    Felix Adler
  • To say that the cosmos was expanding is equally to say that its members were contracting. The ultimate centers of power, each at first coincident with the punctual cosmos, themselves generated the cosmical space by their disengagement from each other.
    Olaf Stapledon
  • The method of exhaustion was not discovered all at once; we find traces of gropings after such a method before it was actually evolved. It was perhaps Antiphon. the sophist, of Athens, a contemporary of Socrates, who took the first step. He inscribed a square (or, according to another account, a triangle) in a circle, then bisected the arcs subtended by the sides, and so inscribed a polygon of double the number of sides; he then repeated the process, and maintained that, by continuing it, we should at last arrive at a polygon with sides so small as to make the polygon coincident with the circle. Thought this was formally incorrect, it nevertheless contained the germ of the method of exhaustion.
    Thomas Little Heath
  • If the confusion, fear and discontent of our times seem to be reaching towards an extreme, despite a technological development bringing a wealth and a luxury unparalleled in history, why is an exactly coincident decay of religion scarcely ever suggested as a causal factor?
    Walter James

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