Examples of coexist in a Sentence
The species coexist in the same environment.
Can the two countries peacefully coexist?
Recent Examples of coexist from the Web
Founded in 2010, Ranger Creek was the first local brewery to have a distillery to coexist under one roof, and that partnership is paying off.
For much of its history, Muslims and Hindus coexisted peacefully in this dusty city about 100 miles east of New Delhi.
As the communities coexisted, settlers intensified the fishery as cultural Mi’kmaw eeling declined.
Mirotic and Portis coexisted, communicating on the court but not speaking off of it, their relationship irreparably harmed by Portis’ punch.
The sacred meets the profane in their work, and an almost clerical asceticism coexists with an element of kink.
Also, at Untitled, nonprofits coexist with both traditional and artist-run galleries and organizations.
Worst hit are the very young, the very old, and people with coexisting medical conditions such as asthma, diabetes and heart disease.
Until the memorial appeared overnight on Nov. 22, these contradictions had coexisted peacefully — at least on the surface.
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