- adj.VERBS▪ beADVERB▪ completely, entirely, merely, purely▪
These parallels cannot be merely coincidental.▪ hardly▪
The timing is hardly coincidental.
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Coincidental — Co*in ci*den tal, a. Coincident. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
coincidental — I adjective accidental, accompanying, at the same time, by circumstance, casual, chance, circumstantial, coexistent, coexisting, coincident, coinciding, coinstantaneous, concomitant, concurrent, conjunctional, contemporaneous, corresponding,… … Law dictionary
coincidental — [adj] accidental casual, chance, circumstantial, fluky, fortuitous, incidental, unintentional, unplanned; concept 548 Ant. decided, deliberate, designed, planned … New thesaurus
coincidental — [kō in΄sə dent′ l] adj. characterized by coincidence coincidentally adv … English World dictionary
coincidental — [[t]ko͟ʊɪnsɪde̱nt(ə)l[/t]] ADJ: usu v link ADJ, oft it v link ADJ that Something that is coincidental is the result of a coincidence and has not been deliberately arranged. Any resemblance to actual persons, places or events is purely… … English dictionary
coincidental — adjective Date: circa 1800 1. resulting from a coincidence < a coincidental resemblance > 2. occurring or existing at the same time < coincidental deaths > … New Collegiate Dictionary
coincidental — co|in|ci|den|tal [kəuˌınsıˈdentl US kou ] adj happening completely by chance without being planned →↑coincidence purely/completely/entirely coincidental ▪ Any similarity between this film and real events is purely coincidental. >coincidentally … Dictionary of contemporary English
coincidental — adjective happening completely by chance without being planned: purely/completely coincidental: Any similarity between this film and real events is purely coincidental. coincidentally adverb (sentence adverb): Coincidentally, two of the men came… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
coincidental — adjective 1) a coincidental resemblance Syn: accidental, chance, fluky, random; fortuitous, adventitious, serendipitous; unexpected, unforeseen, unintentional, inadvertent, unplanned 2) the coincidental disappearance of the two men Syn … Thesaurus of popular words
coincidental — coincidentally, coincidently /koh in si deuhnt lee/, adv. /koh in si den tl/, adj. 1. happening by or resulting from coincidence; by chance: a coincidental meeting. 2. existing or occurring at the same time. [1790 1800; COINCIDENT + AL1] * * * … Universalium