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How to use coexist in a sentence
Often those traits coexist or are in flux, depending on the context.This week in TikTok: How does TikTok know I have ADHD? | Rebecca Jennings | February 9, 2021 | Vox
Eventually, yogurt was reintegrated, and the two now coexist in mushy balance.
For as long as I’ve had women reporting to me, I’ve encouraged four-day weeks, logged during off hours if necessary, so work life and home life can coexist.Women Have Lost a Disproportionate Number of Jobs Due to COVID-19. Here's How We Can Start to Fix a Broken System | Bonnie Hammer | January 25, 2021 | Time
The new Alexa Custom Assistant product, which was announced Friday, can coexist and cooperate with the Alexa assistant.Amazon’s newest product lets companies build their own Alexa assistant for cars, apps and video games | Kirsten Korosec | January 15, 2021 | TechCrunch
There are some basic rules for getting multiple patterns to coexist harmoniously.How to incorporate 7 popular patterns in your home, according to experts | Marissa Hermanson | January 12, 2021 | Washington Post
After all, there is only one sure-fire message that I can send by putting a coexist sticker on the back of my car.
Strangely, the coexist sticker itself illustrates this whole point rather nicely.
In the mindset of the coexist camp, those abstract beliefs have become twisted things, wrapped up with hate.
In other words, coexist stickers may imply a desire for global love.
It's a considerable compliment to both men that they could sincerely like, and sincerely dislike, each other--yet coexist.
Menorrhagia and metrorrhagia commonly have an identical cause and they frequently coexist.Essays In Pastoral Medicine | Austin Malley
It is necessary that all the details coexist in our memory just as the parts of a painting coexist under our eye.English: Composition and Literature | W. F. (William Franklin) Webster
These could only coexist with liberty; for a democracy is more favorable than an aristocracy to large assemblies of citizens.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I | John Lord
Coordinate effects of the same cause naturally coexist with one another.A System of Logic: Ratiocinative and Inductive | John Stuart Mill
Here, as elsewhere in the sacred legends of civilised peoples, various strata of mythical and religious thought coexist.Myth, Ritual, and Religion, Vol. 1 | Andrew Lang
British Dictionary definitions for coexist
to exist together at the same time or in the same place
to exist together in peace
- coexistence, noun
- coexistent, adjective
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