Definition of Coexistent

1. Adjective. Existing at the same time.

Exact synonyms: Coexisting
Similar to: Synchronal, Synchronic, Synchronous
Derivative terms: Coexist, Coexist, Coexistence



Definition of Coexistent

1. a. Existing at the same time with another.

Definition of Coexistent

1. Adjective. existing at the same time as something else ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Coexistent

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coexistent

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

Literary usage of Coexistent

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1. Elements of Criticism by Henry Home Kames (1870)
"PART IV coexistent EMOTIONS .AND PASSIONS. . 136. FOR a thorough knowledge of the humm passions and •'motions, it is not sufficient that they he examined ..."

2. Historical Philosophy in France and French Belgium and Switzerland by Robert Flint (1894)
"He made little use, no systematic use, of what is, however, par excellence, the expedient of historical philosophy, the comparison of coexistent and ..."

3. Principles of Psychology by Herbert Spencer (1855)
"As was shown when treating of Space and of the statical attributes of Body, all modes of extension are resolvable into relations of coexistent positions. ..."

4. Mental Philosophy: Embracing the Three Departments of the Intellect by Thomas Cogswell Upham (1869)
"Of the secondary law of coexistent emotion. A third secondary law is coexistent emotion.—It may be stated in other words as follows: The probability that ..."

5. Mental Philosophy: Embracing the Three Departments of the Intellect by Thomas Cogswell Upham (1869)
"Of the secondary law of coexistent emotion. A third secondary law is coexistent emotion.—It may be stated in other words as follows : The probability that ..."

6. The Elements of Physics: A College Text-book by Edward Leamington Nichols, William Suddards Franklin (1898)
"coexistent phases. — It is a matter of common observation that a homogeneous substance may be made to ..."

7. The Psychology of the Emotions by Théodule Ribot (1903)
"Alternating characters — Second class : Contradictory coexistent characters. Incomplete form : contradiction between principles and tendencies. ..."

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