Coincide

Co`in*cide"

(?), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Coincided (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Coinciding.] [L. co- + incidere to fall on; in + cadere to fall: cf. F. concider. See Chance, n.] 1. To occupy the same place in space, as two equal triangles, when placed one on the other.
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If the equator and the ecliptic had coincided, it would have rendered the annual revoluton of the earth useless.
Cheyne.
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2. To occur at the same time; to be contemporaneous; as, the fall of Granada coincided with the discovery of America.
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3. To correspond exactly; to agree; to concur; as, our aims coincide.
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The rules of right jugdment and of good ratiocination often coincide with each other.
Watts.
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