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synchronicity (n.)

1953; from synchronic + -ity. Originally in Jung. Synchroneity is from 1889, but equally malformed, and see synchronism.

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Definitions of synchronicity

synchronicity (n.)
the relation that exists when things occur at the same time;
Synonyms: synchronism / synchrony / synchroneity / synchronization / synchronisation / synchronizing
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