Act or situation by which things coincide; coincidence.(noun)
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Use "coinciding" in a sentence
"Salter, one of the pioneers of behavior therapy, distinguished between “inhibitory” and “excitatory” behaviors, the latter term coinciding with what we now call assertiveness."
"Then the slump, the difficult years; the years when an acute appendicitis seemed to take a malevolent pleasure in coinciding with an ultimatum from the bank; when they tossed on the horns of the professional classes 'eternal dilemma whether to retrench openly, or to bluff things out for the sake of keeping up appearances in front of potential clients."
"It should be out this year, with another Rage title coinciding with the main game's launch next year."