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synchroneity

noun syn·chro·ne·ity \ˌsiŋ-krə-ˈnē-ə-tē, ˌsin-, -ˈnā-\
plural syn·chro·ne·ities

Definition of SYNCHRONEITY

:  the state of being synchronous

Origin of SYNCHRONEITY

synchronous + -eity (as in spontaneity)
First Known Use: circa 1909

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