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
This sweet and spicy girl has coexisted with well-mannered cats and will even tolerate calm dogs!
A California law that requires school districts to rent classroom space to charters often forces traditional public schools and charters to coexist in tight quarters.
While still showing off their individual musicalities, the two seem to coexist naturally over an infectious beat that brings together piano, electric bass and other studio stylings.
How, even when overall ridership is declining slightly, the Sprinter does not make way for bikes and wheelchairs to coexist is disconcerting, to say the least.
Could Swaggy P and the Ball family coexist on the Lakers?
At the United Nations, various countries expressed concern that the expansion of Israel into Palestinian land would undermine the possibility for the two states to peacefully coexist.
Quotes from German folk song and Gregorian chant coexist with angular remnants of Expressionist angst.
Ms. Johnson’s lawyers say both laws can coexist and penalties should apply.
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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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