co-exist

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Related to co-existed: To dispose of, took over
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co-exist

(kəuigˈzist) verb
(especially of nations, races etc) to exist side by side (especially peacefully).
co-exˈistence noun
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When I found in La Plata the tooth of a horse embedded with the remains of Mastodon, Megatherium, Toxodon, and other extinct monsters, which all co-existed with still living shells at a very late geological period, I was filled with astonishment; for seeing that the horse, since its introduction by the Spaniards into South America, has run wild over the whole country and has increased in numbers at an unparalleled rate, I asked myself what could so recently have exterminated the former horse under conditions of life apparently so favourable.
A spiritual forgetfulness co-existed with an intellectual remembrance.
One paragraph caught my attention: "In the past century two streams of Anglicanism have co-existed, accommodated to one another, and I believe they enriched one another.
Piccolo's death of cancer in June 1970 wasn't very big news, but Sayers made the story of how an African-American and a white roommate co-existed, then leaned on each other in times of trouble, a script too good to pass up.
For a thousand years these neighbours co-existed and in the 19th century a large German-speaking minority lived in `Czech' territory.
Visitors will be led through history by Franklin, who will show how innovation and technological advancements have successfully co-existed and supported humanity and the environment to improve life for all people.
This misses the point that abundant whale stocks and abundant fish stocks have co-existed through millennia.
Quiksilver knew about the 'Roxywear' line for many years, since at least 1994 or 1995, but never raised any complaint, so the parties co-existed in the marketplace for years," said James D.