synchroneity (usually uncountable, plural synchroneities)
- (uncountable) The state or characteristic of being synchronous or synchronized.
- 1979, Jocelyn Paine, "The partnership of artist and audience," Anchorage Daily News, 13 April, p. D1 (retrieved 24 Aug. 2010):
- Artist and audience are bound together in a three-legged race, sometimes reluctant partners, sometimes joyful in synchroneity.
- 2004, Xianfeng Wang et al., "Wet periods in northeastern Brazil over the past 210 kyr linked to distant climate anomalies," Nature, vol. 432, 9 Dec. (retrieved 24 Aug. 2010):
- This widespread synchroneity of climate anomalies suggests a relatively rapid global reorganization of the ocean–atmosphere system.
- (countable) A particular instance of objects, events, scientific data, etc. being in this state.
- 1985, Richard J. Chorley et al., Geomorphology, ISBN 9780416325904, p. 539:
- Variously generated temperature curves for different localities do not always exhibit clear synchroneities.