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
Race and class tensions have coexisted with policing in America since at least the 19th century, a reality that has resulted in deep mistrust between law enforcement and minority communities.
Just look at India, where, historically, high tariffs and high trade deficits have coexisted.
Advertisement Judy takes place during a time when Garland's obvious damage coexisted with her incredible, still-intact star power.
David Bell, the Giants’ new farm director, embodies the theory that the two worlds can coexist.
Did making the movie lead you to any new thoughts about whether big-time sports and universities can coexist?
That the Ganigas’ communal culture and Joe’s bisnis hadn’t found a way to coexist, but were still grinding against each other, the way tectonic plates inexorably build pressure until one slips—until a war breaks out, or a commodity price collapses?
So for now, Cranley and Black will keep struggling to coexist, like two artists sharing a canvas.
Thankfully, Zoey saves the day by convincing Dean Parker her safe space-needing fellow students can actually coexist peacefully.
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First Known Use of coexist
COEXIST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of coexist for English Language Learners
: to exist together or at the same time
: to live in peace with each other
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