Did you perhaps mean coexist?
- v. UK alternative spelling of coexist.
“And, because we are first members of the global body of Christ, before we are Americans, we don't believe God blesses and loves our country more than others, and that the gospel doesn't co-exist well with empires.”
“The aim has always been to raise the profile of sustainable style and to prove ethics and a glamorous, aspirational aesthetic can absolutely co-exist.”
“It's also a recognition of what it takes to co-exist in a massively interdependent world.”
“The four-day span from Thursday to Sunday should be a good test for how well Downtown's residents and nightlife are prepared to co-exist.”
“I see this a bit differently; All three models you outlined could co-exist and probably the discussion is less about much about which of three model will take off and more about what is needed to tighten linkages between the 3 models.”
“LTE has to co-exist with previous technologies just like 3G has with GSM no matter how big the jump in technology is.”
“How do humor and tragedy co-exist so comfortably in your writing?”
“You do not deserve a place in this universe if you do not learn to co-exist”
“The Arabic or Sephartic Jews will make accomodations with their Muslim brothers and co-exist with them as they always have before the disruption of Zionism.”
“While it can be cohabitating bliss, it can also be a near disaster if you don't learn how to co-exist peacefully under the same roof.”
Looking for tweets for co-exist.