OTHER WORDS FROM coexistenceco·ex·ist·ent, adjective
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Anger, grief, urge for revenge—we must be able to overcome these, if we ever want to establish true coexistence in this land.
As I read these messages of solidarity, I realized the mental health hospital is an island of sanity, inside a country that has turned into a mad house, and that within the walls of the locked ward, coexistence was still possible.
The mission statement’s conclusion branded communism “the single greatest threat” to liberty, emphasized that the United States “should stress victory over, rather than coexistence with, this menace” and endorsed an America First foreign policy.
It led me to a journey of realizing the universality of our coexistence, not only with our mothers, but mother earth.A Leading NYC Mayoral Candidate Thinks Roof Farms Can Save America’s Cities|Amanda Kludt|January 14, 2021|Eater
The researchers conclude that the water’s behavior as it was heated and cooled could be explained by the coexistence of two different molecular arrangements, as previously predicted.A stop-motion experiment reveals supercooled water’s dual nature|Emily Conover|September 28, 2020|Science News
There are supportive African (and African-American) clergy calling for coexistence rather than violence.
There could only have been a coexistence with her former celebrity.Shirley Temple Survived Being the Biggest Child Star of All Time With Wit and Grace|Malcolm Jones|February 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This makes peaceful coexistence difficult, if not impossible.Saudi Textbooks Incite Hate, Say Leaders in American Publishing|Robert L. Bernstein, Harold Evans, Larry Kirshbaum, Adam Bellow, Larry Hughes, Andre Schiffrin, Jonathan Karp|October 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Outright repression gave way to a tense, but pragmatic coexistence between the clergy and the comandantes.Castro May Rejoin Catholic Church, Say Rumors in the Italian Press|Mac Margolis, Barbie Latza Nadeau|February 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Inside the Beltway, a new term in the national agricultural debate was catching on: “coexistence.”
We prove the existence of a thing, by proving that it is connected by succession or coexistence with some known thing.
To this we have now to add, that every proposition by which anything is asserted of a Kind, affirms an uniformity of coexistence.
Among the uniformities of coexistence which exist in nature, may hence be numbered all the properties of Kinds.
Besides uniformities of succession, which always depend on causation, there are uniformities of coexistence.
The empirical laws of society are uniformities, either of coexistence, or of succession.