Third-person singular simple present indicative form of coincide.(verb)
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Use "coincides" in a sentence
"Strange how my first "family emergency" of the term coincides with the day we're discussing the longest reading I've assigned so far."
""We are already in unusual circumstances because of what has happened to the economy, and my term coincides with two general elections - at Westminster and Holyrood - so we will be thinking hard about our manifesto and what we expect of our politicians.""
"BLITZER: Thousands of normal American citizens, they've got to go through extra screenings, can't get early boarding passes simply because their name coincides with someone else's."