use coincided in a sentence.
There is no coincidence that suburban flight coincided with desegregation.
I'd not be surprised if it coincided with his wife's eventual death or decline from cancer.
Laurence Meyer was appointed to the Federal Reserve Board by President Clinton in 1996, and his term coincided with some of the most momentous economic events of the second half of the 20th century: the collapse of the Asian banking system, the implosion of the Russian economy and the birth and death of the new economy, the collapse of long-term capital management, the bursting American stock bubble, and the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Her term coincided perfectly with the nationwide economic boom and bust of the late
complained publicly, thought it must be because the name coincided with a common euphemism, making it "offensive," the report said.
I had a pretty slow day today since I didn't go to any panels (because the ones I was interested in coincided with other things).
“For the first eight years, we had nothing to do,” said Dr. Frankel, the start of whose term coincided with a very long economic expansion.