Definition of coincidently in English:


Pronunciation /kōˌinsəˈdentlē/


See coincident

‘So in hopes of ‘healthening’ up the body, I've enlisted the assistance of my girlfriend who, coincidently, happens to be a health student.’
  • ‘The closing date for entering the competition was last Friday, which coincidently was the same day the school held their annual Christmas fare.’
  • ‘The night was coincidently the anniversary of her first year as Musical Director.’
  • ‘Well, how about I come over, and coincidently arrive the same time he does to give you your shoes or something?’
  • ‘Halfway through the article I find out that the setup requires a vendor-specific piece of hardware that I'm sure not so coincidently is the advertisement facing page 26 of the article.’