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Definition of coincide:

  1. To occupy the same position in space; to occur at the same time; to concur; to correspond.

Common misspellings for coincide:

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Quotes for coincide:

  1. In the first place, it must be remembered that our point of view in examining the construction of a play will not always coincide with that which we occupy in thinking of its whole dramatic effect.
  2. Our expression and our words never coincide, which is why the animals don't understand us.
  3. Vengeance is not the point; change is. But the trouble is that in most people's minds the thought of victory and the thought of punishing the enemy coincide.
  4. The ambivalence of writing is such that it can be considered both an act and an interpretive process that follows after an act with which it cannot coincide. As such, it both affirms and denies its own nature.
  5. My belief is the majority of people in politics are just interested in pursuing this career in politics, and doing what's necessary to get themselves re -elected. And if that happens to coincide with the public good, great. But if it doesn't, the public good loses out.
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