Definition of synchronistic in English:

synchronistic

adjective

  • See synchronism

    • ‘A synchronistic meeting between Laura and two elderly British sisters reveals a message from beyond the grave.’
    • ‘I predict that your life will have synchronistic resonance with several historical events.’
    • ‘As a former undergraduate, I am still immensely grateful for having been part of a handful of synchronistic meetings with students in the lab, between classes, or in tutorials.’
    • ‘Certainly, synchronistic happenings are occasionally part of the experience of most of us, and there is something inherently unsatisfactory about the way in which they are customarily dismissed in our culture as mere coincidence.’
    • ‘In a matter of moments, perfect strangers came together in synchronistic rhythm to share a common vision.’

Pronunciation

synchronistic

/sɪŋkrəˈnɪstɪk/