Definition of 'coexist'
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Competitive ferocity and a capacity to be philosophical must coexist in the nature of the jump jockey. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The reality is blessing and suffering often coexist with one another. Christianity Today (2000)Instead of moving towards one another we would coexist alongside one another. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Questions are now being asked about whether the two can successfully coexist. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You will discover that a world in which your religious beliefs coexist peacefully with those of others is a better idea. The Sun (2015)How can two such stories coexist, you might well ask? ONE HUNDRED DAYS (2003)And her moral ideals must coexist with knowledge of the capacity for evil, both within others and within herself. Trauma and Recovery (1992)The city is at the cutting-edge of conservation, showing how humans and wild animals can coexist peacefully. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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