Definition of Coexistences

1. Noun. (plural of coexistence) ¹



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Definition of Coexistences

1. coexistence [n] - See also: coexistence

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coexistences

coevolving
coevous
coex
coexecutor
coexecutors
coexecutrices
coexecutrix
coexecutrixes
coexert
coexerted
coexerting
coexerts
coexist
coexisted
coexistence
coexistences (current term)
coexistent
coexisting
coexists
coexpose
coexposed
coexposes
coexposing
coexposure
coexposures
coexpress
coexpressed
coexpresses
coexpressing
coexpression

Literary usage of Coexistences

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1. Methods of Knowledge: An Essay in Epistemology by Walter Smith (1899)
"The coexistences of phenomena must therefore be made clear. Moreover, there are certain coexistences which always recur. It is of great moment to discover ..."

2. On the Theory of Logic: An Essay by Carveth Read (1878)
"coexistences due to Causation. Many cases of Coexistence are ... Of this nature, says Professor Bain,* are the numerous coexistences of Order in Place, ..."

3. Problems of Philosophy: Or, Principles of Epistemology and Metaphysics by James Hervey Hyslop (1905)
"These coexistences and sequences, " phenomena," modes of activity, functions, etc., are quite analogous in their suggestion of causal imputation to any that ..."

4. The Emancipation of Faith by Henri Édouard Schedel (1858)
"Since every thing which occurs in the universe is determined by laws of causation and collocations of the original causes, it follows that the coexistences ..."

5. An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke (1894)
"(Ch. ii. experience we find their coexistences § 1.) Till experience can evoke this and sequences to be and to have been. intuition, and thus fully reveal ..."

6. Metaphysics: A Study in First Principles by Borden Parker Bowne (1882)
"Again, because there is a fixed order of coexistence and sequence in the world of things, connected coexistences and sequences will be more frequent in ..."

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