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used in 1st to Die

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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)
  • But the most chilling coincidence — the one that gave me an eerie feeling — was that he died of leukemia, cousin of the same degenerative disease that was coursing through me.
    p. 119.4
  • So this was all some bizarre coincidence, right?
    p. 311.9
  • Surely the unfortunate coincidence of my client's taste in champagne doesn't implicate him in this act.
    p. 312.8
  • Coincidence?
    p. 362.8

There are no more uses of "coincidence" in 1st to Die.

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