- synchronic study,
- synchronized shifting,
- synchronized skating,
- synchronized swimming
Origin of synchronism
Examples from the Web for synchronism
The influence of synchronism between the "radiant" and the "absorbent" is well shown by the behavior of carbonic acid gas.
George the Syncellus says that the synchronism was accepted by all.Ancient Egypt|George Rawlinson
May not its synchronism with the waves of light in the present instance be the cause of its divorce from the allyl?Fragments of science, V. 1-2|John Tyndall
It is found that by this disposition the motor is maintained in rotation in synchronism with the generator.The inventions, researches and writings of Nikola Tesla|Thomas Commerford Martin
Such a coincidence (which is called a Synchronism) is most valuable, and dates established by synchronisms are generally reliable.Chaldea|Znade A. Ragozin
Word Origin for synchronism
1580s, "quality of being synchronous," from Modern Latin synchronismus, from Greek synchronismos, from synchronos (see synchronous). Meaning "recurring at the same successive instants of time" is from 1854.