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used in The Guardian

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a situation where two things happened at the same time or in the same way by chance even though it was unlikely

(for example, if two students in the same class met by accident while visiting another country)
  • As if he honestly believed she'd think this whole thing were a coincidence.
    Twenty-six (68% in)
  • Definitely too coincidental, she decided, especially after learning what she had earlier this morning about his past.
    Thirty-one (68% in)
  • You don't think all this is a little too coincidental?"
    Thirty-three (23% in)

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