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
The team concluded that Bsal and salamanders probably have coexisted in Asia for millions of years.
The two sides coexist much like Marvel’s parallel universes in movies and comic books.
Some scientists believe Californians will need to learn to coexist with an increasingly flammable landscape, especially if climate change continues unabated.
Her genteel manners and femininity coexist easily with her toughness.
Hosted by New Yorker Amy Choi and native Angeleno Rebecca Lehrer, the semimonthly bicoastal show explores the complexities and joys of coexisting cultures.
How could all those thoughts coexist in one man’s head?
New neutral carpet is upstairs but the downstairs remains hardwoods and original fireplaces coexist happily with the modern kitchen appliances.
Demi Lovato and Wilmer Valderrama are proof that exes can not only peacefully coexist but also have meaningful friendships.
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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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