noncoincidence

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noun non·co·in·ci·dence \ˌnän-kō-ˈin(t)-sə-dən(t)s, -sə-ˌden(t)s\

Definition of noncoincidence

  1. :  the fact or state of not coinciding :  lack of coincidence Net metering will simply shift the burden created by noncoincidence of generation and load from the end user to the utility. — Robert Zogg; also :  an occurrence that is not a coincidence Last week I told you about the noncoincidence involving characters with the same name on “Jack & Bobby” and “Brothers & Sisters.” — Scott D. Pierce

1789

First Known Use of noncoincidence

1789


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