The state or fact of occupying the same relative position or area in space.(noun)
A sequence of events that although accidental seems to have been planned or arranged.(noun)
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Use "coincidence" in a sentence
"The word coincidence exists in order to stop people from seeing meaning where none exists."
"The first thing I think when I hear the word coincidence is synchronicity, and then I think, clear as day, that those things happened on the same day because of what the stars said would happen."
"Also a coincidence is the moving of devolution-friendly Huw Irranca from the Welsh Office to DEFRA."