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coincidence
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David Copperfield
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  • Here was a coincidence!
  • I could not disguise from myself, or from the waiter, that this was an uncomfortable coincidence, and inquired how it was done.
  • ’It’s a curious coincidence,’ said I. ’It is really,’ returned my host, ’quite a coincidence, that Traddles should be here at all: as Traddles was only invited this morning, when the place at table, intended to be occupied by Mrs. Henry Spiker’s brother, became vacant, in consequence of his indisposition.
  • ’It’s a curious coincidence,’ said I. ’It is really,’ returned my host, ’quite a coincidence, that Traddles should be here at all: as Traddles was only invited this morning, when the place at table, intended to be occupied by Mrs. Henry Spiker’s brother, became vacant, in consequence of his indisposition.

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  • It was a pure coincidence that both got sick the same weekend.
  • It was a fortunate coincidence that we ran into each other at Starbucks.

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