This synchronism is a striking confirmation of Fleet and Geiger's chronology.
The synchronism remains to be fully established by palæontological proofs.
The sun was hidden and revealed at intervals, hope oscillating in synchronism with the changes of the sky.
For Abraham, assuming him to be historical, we have a synchronism which fixes the date within narrow limits.
The influence of synchronism between the "radiant" and the "absorbent" is well shown by the behavior of carbonic acid gas.
Asynchronism, a-sin′kro-nizm, n. want of synchronism or correspondence in time.
There was always this synchronism, which I have already pointed out, between the muscular movement and the rap.
There was even a certain close approach to synchronism in dates of the more conspicuous incidents in each.
The synchronism of these motors may be demonstrated experimentally in a variety of ways.
Under these conditions the motor has a strong tendency to synchronism.
1580s, "quality of being synchronous," from Modern Latin synchronismus, from Greek synchronismos, from synchronos (see synchronous). Meaning "recurring at the same successive instants of time" is from 1854.
synchronism syn·chro·nism (sĭng'krə-nĭz'əm, sĭn'-)
Coincidence in time; simultaneousness. Also called synchronia.