Recent Examples of synchrony from the Web
Once in a while, the wheels click in synchrony and the indifferent universe offers up a rare spectacle.
As the sun starts to set, fire dancers surround the pool, moving in hypnotizing synchrony.
When Buffett finally came onstage, the fans' synchrony, quirkiness and dedication to having a good time peaked.
To make sure everything stays in synchrony, each of Kraken’s cars is fitted with IMUs that compare its behaviour during an actual run with the map employed to make the video.
One drummer at a trap set and another on congas put their parts in easy synchrony.
When immersed in a glucose solution, the cells beat in synchrony.
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SYNCHRONY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of synchrony for English Language Learners
: a state in which things happen, move, or exist at the same time
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