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Synonyms for coincidence

Synonyms for coincidence

an event that might have been arranged although it was really accidental

the quality of occupying the same position or area in space

the temporal property of two things happening at the same time

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If you've ever told someone (or been told) that "everything happens for a reason," you need The Coincidence Makers.
The bomb threat in San Juan near the Plaza was too much of a coincidence because there is a concert tonight organized by me for the youth,' he said.
Aim of the present study was to find out the effect of asymmetric molar and canine relationship on coincidence of dental midlines.
Beitman presents a seminal study on the phenomena of coincidence, the experiencing surprising and unexplainable events such as money that seems to come from nowhere, a spontaneous idea that turns into a life-changing solution, meeting our soulmate on a flight we weren't supposed to take, or families being reunited by "accident" after years of separation.
By sheer coincidence, the person appearing as main shareholder of SporTeam in Cyprus was Stelios Constantinou.
My brother-in -law's old comrade was on holiday from England and now thanks to this coincidence they are in regular contact.
The aim of this work is to derive the results for random coincidence points for multivalued nonlinear contractions in partially ordered metric spaces.
Contract award: characterisation of radioactive waste using gamma spectroscopy and neutron coincidence counting at the itu.
His talk, entitled What are the Chances: The value of Coincidence, will explore the substance of chance, coincidence and determinable patterns in the world at large, looking at how randomness comes into our lives and how we can better understand it.
org) defines a coincidence as: A coincidence (often stated as a mere coincidence) is a collection of two or more events or conditions, closely related by time, space, form, or other associations which appear unlikely to bear a relationship as either cause to effect or effects of a shared cause, within the observer's or observers' understanding of what cause can produce what effects.
Summary: One thing is certain, however, the resemblance is too striking to raise a mere coincidence.
Richard 'Parker deftly explores the intriguing Written by Cardiff-based writer, Owen Thomas, Richard Parker is a play that deftly explores the intriguing intersection of fate and coincidence, when two men travelling on a boat find themselves thrown together.
That, with Suarez having joined the Reds around six months after Delfina's birth, is just a coincidence, although the 25-year-old likes the idea of the additional significance.
We are not police, but what a coincidence that on that night someone with his history should be wandering through that field.