1. coincidental

adjective. ['koʊˌɪnsəˈdɛntəl'] occurring or operating at the same time.


  • coinciding
  • synchronous
  • co-occurrent
  • synchronic
  • cooccurring
  • simultaneous
  • concurrent
  • synchronal


  • incongruent
  • diachronic
  • unsynchronous
  • nonparallel

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Rhymes with Coincidental

  • transcontinental
  • intergovernmental
  • intercontinental
  • pancontinental
  • nongovernmental
  • unsentimental
  • transcendental
  • environmental
  • developmental
  • compartmental
  • instrumental
  • departmental
  • temperamental
  • supplemental
  • monumental
  • incremental
  • governmental
  • fundamental
  • experimental
  • detrimental
  • continental
  • sentimental
  • regimental
  • ornamental
  • occidentale
  • occidental
  • accidental
  • judgmental
  • judgemental
  • elemental

How do you pronounce coincidental?

Pronounce coincidental as koʊˌɪnsəˈdɛntəl.

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Sentences with coincidental

1. Adjective
However, these symptoms could be coincidental and might not be related to the same illness.

2. Verb, base form
It’s not coincidental that many of the great artists have also been cat aficionados.

Quotes about coincidental

1. All persons, living and dead, are purely coincidental.
- Kurt Vonnegut, Timequake

2. There's no obvious reason to assume that the very same rare properties that allow for our existence would also provide the best overall setting to make discoveries about the world around us. We don't think this is merely coincidental. It cries out for another explanation, an explanation that... points to purpose and intelligent design in the cosmos.
- Guillermo González, The Privileged Planet: How Our Place in the Cosmos Is Designed for Discovery