coincidental coincidental  /koʊ ˌɪn sə ˈdɛn təl/


  • (adj) occurring or operating at the same time


  1. Steven A. King, MD, MS

    With increases in prescriptions for opioid analgesics, the rise in lethal overdoses and in suicides is probably not coincidental. In most cases of overdose deaths, we have no way of knowing with any degree of certainty whether they were accidental deaths or intentional suicides.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Psychiatric Times

  2. New Novel of Supernatural Horror is Thought-Provoking Read

    John M. Patrick’s “Ghosts of Windsor Pass” explores the very human concerns of haunter and haunted, a unique work of coincidental fate and vengeance that clears a new path in horror literature. (PRWeb June 12, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 12, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "It's always hard to see any of your players go down whether it's coincidental or otherwise," Rangers coach Tom Renney said. "It's tough, but we're going to have to overcome that and play in the spirit of what he's all about anyway. Hopefully...
    on Feb 17, 2007 By: Tom Renney Source:

  2. "We believe what happened with Ms. Johnston is just the tip of the iceberg and is more symptomatic than coincidental," Hutchins said in an interview. "We've got to deal with the culture of police departments in this country ...... every young...
    on May 2, 2007 By: Markel Hutchins Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. Calling the ad abominable, Giuliani said Clinton's comments followed up on it "in a very, very coincidental way."
    on Sep 13, 2007 By: Rudy Giuliani Source: Guardian Unlimited

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