verb (used without object), co·in·cid·ed, co·in·cid·ing.
Origin of coincide
SYNONYMS FOR coincide
Related formsun·co·in·cid·ed, adjectiveun·co·in·cid·ing, adjective
Examples from the Web for coincide
To coincide with the launch of the DS in 2004, the company released Super Mario 64 DS, a remake of the beloved Super Mario 64.
The theme park is expected to open in 2015 to coincide with the World Expo in Milan.
One way to start: Time the release of the Senate report to coincide with the release of a CIA rebuttal.Never Forget? The CIA Report and the Problem With Hindsight|Philip Mudd|March 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The first tweets will coincide with his Dec. 12 Wednesday audience and start going out around 10 a.m. in Rome.
Her final days in New York, Sept. 25 and 26, coincide with the arrival of Thein Sein for the U.N. General Assembly.For U.S. Visit, Aung San Suu Kyi Confronts Burma’s Promise and Perils|Peter Popham|September 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But if they do not coincide, then the amount of error may be found by the micrometer wheel g, Fig. 1353.Modern Machine-Shop Practice, Volumes I and II|Joshua Rose
The naval officer was there because the hour of the midday meal on board the cruiser did not coincide with lunch time on shore.A Rock in the Baltic|Robert Barr
These stages are not exclusive, nor do they coincide with the first three Forms in the schools.Ontario Teachers' Manuals: History|Ontario Ministry of Education
The Professor examined the fish carefully, noting every characteristic; and he did not coincide in my opinion.A Journey to the Centre of the Earth|Jules Verne
The direction of the link P p will now coincide with the vertical line; and its middle point x will therefore be upon that line.The Steam Engine Explained and Illustrated (Seventh Edition)|Dionysius Lardner