Definition of synchronistically in English:

synchronistically

adverb

  • See synchronism

    • ‘There must be a reason for all of this to be happening synchronistically.’
    • ‘The dramatic increase in childhood obesity in the past 50 years is synchronistically linked to the increase in the use of refined sugar in prepared foods.’
    • ‘On the whole, however, we mix traditions far less than is typical within modern Paganism and do so synchronistically rather than eclectically.’
    • ‘Also, on the bus she's reading the Drama of Being a Child, which synchronistically, I had been discussing with B the previous weekend.’
    • ‘Individual books were apparently devoted exclusively to a particular area (southern and central Greece, Macedonia, Sicily, Persia), but within each book events were sometimes retold episodically, sometimes synchronistically.’

Pronunciation

synchronistically

/sɪŋkrəˈnɪstɪk(ə)li/