verb (used without object)
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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.
The railway and vandalism, in the proverbial sense of the word, could not coexist.
In the first place, the religious life and the profane life cannot coexist in the same place.The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life|Emile Durkheim
Here it is alleged that Science and Opinion cannot coexist,—that the demonstrable will banish the probable.Studies of Christianity|James Martineau
Even in the normal state the co-ordination is often sufficiently loose to allow several series to coexist separately.Introduction to the Science of Sociology|Robert E. Park
The epics sufficiently prove that a noble religion may coexist with a wild and lawless mythology.Myth, Ritual And Religion, Vol. 2 (of 2)|Andrew Lang