Did you perhaps mean synchronized?
“If you work in an office with Microsoft Exchange, contacts can be shared and synchronised, which is very helpful.”
“Sync or swim for a bikini workout: Dive into a retro fitness regime with aquatic ballet, aka synchronised swimming”
“Look carefully and you'll see that their positions are not synchronised, which is odd for a parade ground display.”
“As an exercise, it is performed, usually in groups, at half speed, a slow-motion ballet of precise movements, a kind of synchronised swimming without the pool.”
“My teeth and my buttocks were involved in some kind of synchronised clenching display as we weaved along for about 45 minutes until we finally arrived at the boats where there were people to help me off the bike, take my bags and lead me to the boat.”
“Similar "synchronised" asteroids may be hiding with periods of very close to two, three, four years and so on, Harris says.”
“#Seeing as all the controllers are wireless, they might need to be "synchronised".”
“Meanwhile, with the kind of synchronised timing that makes one think there is a divine plan after all, their literary superior Britney Spears has reportedly rejected pleas from three publishers to write her autobiography.”
“Our 'synchronised' tasting notes should appear in the week ahead.”
“Maksim Medvedkov, the chief WTO negotiator, confirmed on Thursday that Russia would seek entry independently of its customs union partners, though their applications would be "synchronised" a word left purposefully vague.”
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