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coincide

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of coincide

  1. 1 to occur or exist at the same time the heaviest snowfall of the season coincided with the start of our weeklong ski vacation Synonyms of coincide accompany, attend, coexist, concur, co-occur, synchronize Words Related to coincide chance, hap, happen, transpire Near Antonyms of coincide antedate, precede, predate; follow, succeed

  2. 2 to be in agreement on every point the two lists coincide Synonyms of coincide accord, agree, answer, chord, cohere, check, comport, conform, consist, correspond, dovetail, fit, go, harmonize, jibe, rhyme (also rime), sort, square, tallyWords Related to coincide equal, match, parallel; align (also aline), line up, registerNear Antonyms of coincide contradict, dispute, gainsay; negate, nullify; clash, conflict, jarAntonyms of coincide differ (from), disagree (with)

  3. 3 to have or come to the same opinion or point of view their wishes coincide exactly with my desire Synonyms of coincide agree, concurWords Related to coincide accede (to), accept, acquiesce, assent (to), comply (with), consent (to), go (by), subscribe; affiliate, ally, associate, unite; collaborate, cooperate, get along, get onNear Antonyms of coincide clash, collide, conflict; bicker, counter, dispute, dissent, diverge, fall out, object, oppose, protest, quarrel, resist, rival; dissociate, separate, splitAntonyms of coincide differ, disagree

Synonym Discussion of coincide

agree, concur, coincide mean to come into or be in harmony regarding a matter of opinion. agree implies complete accord usually attained by discussion and adjustment of differences.
    • on some points we all can agree
concur often implies approval of someone else's statement or decision.
    • if my wife concurs, it's a deal
coincide, used more often of opinions, judgments, wishes, or interests than of people, implies total agreement.
    • their wishes coincide exactly with my desire


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