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It was rather a coincidence that she appeared at that exact moment.
By coincidence, his teaching contract finished at about the same time his first book was published.
It might have been planned or it might have been pure coincidence.
It is no coincidence that coastal communities have often been deeply religious.
This is the American English definition of coincidence. View British English definition of coincidence.
the long central part of a church where people sit