Coinciding [verb]

Definition of Coinciding:

go along with; coexist

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This unfortunate shift coincides with a trend of democratic decline worldwide, as large democracies like India, Turkey, and Brazil have become more authoritarian.

Last week was a big one for corporate climate pledges, timed to coincide with the United Nations General Assembly.

The resurgence of cases in Europe, which coincides with the back-to-school period, is certainly spooking investors there this morning.

Today, another meat shortage has coincided with an important election.

A new decade-long record of natural carbon dioxide emissions in the area reveals that spikes in CO2 release coincided with the biggest earthquakes.

This delay coincided with the USPS’ new postmaster general, Louis DeJoy, implementing new cost-cutting measures like no longer issuing overtime, and telling employees to leave mail behind, and leave it for the next day if they were running behind.

In the 70s, Denver hosted the Winter Olympics to coincide with Colorado’s centennial celebration.

I could hear Colonel Sheraton's deep voice every now and then emphatically coinciding with some statement made by Orme.

Humber expressed themselves as coinciding with my views much more than with the views of Bro.

And besides these there are the following introduced religions—each coinciding, more or less, with some ethnological division.