co-exist

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co-exist

(kəuigˈzist) verb
(especially of nations, races etc) to exist side by side (especially peacefully).
co-exˈistence noun
References in classic literature ?
The child had a native grace which does not invariably co-exist with faultless beauty; its attire, however simple, always impressed the beholder as if it were the very garb that precisely became it best.
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.
They cannot co-exist. And John Barleycorn, mighty necromancer though he be, is as much a slave to organic chemistry as we mortals are.
Leopards: 21st Century Cats BBC2, 9pm The big cat, which is still notorious as a maneater in India, co-exists with humans in a country of 1.2 billion.
Practices and protocols change, rapidly or over time, and old knowledge co-exists with the new.
Reggie & Ryssa And The Summer Camp Of Faery is a young adult fantasy novel about a pair of twins who, on their thirteenth birthday, discover that the world of Faeries co-exists just beyond the reach and vision of the mundane human world.
The V-16 IP DSLAM also offers Gigabit Ethernet, metallic and optical uplink options, an integrated ISDN/POTS splitter to seamlessly deploy VDSL over any POTS or ISDN network and co-exists with ADSL technology.
Unlike Mauss (who studied small scale societies), she argues that in sixteenth-century France the "gift mode" co-exists with the market economy rather than replacing it.
Though afflicted by internal disputes, the Orthodox Church co-exists peacefully with the Catholics and their three bishops.