synchrony

[sing-kruh-nee]
noun, plural synchronies.
1.
simultaneous occurrence; synchronism.
2.
Linguistics. a synchronic approach to language study.

Origin:
1840–50; synchron(ous) + -y3

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synchrony (ˈsɪŋkrənɪ)
 
n
the state of being synchronous; simultaneity

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Example sentences
Time-space synchrony has little to do with it, although the merrier when there
  is that synchrony.
But a small percentage flowers in synchrony, over hundreds of square
  kilometers, every few decades.
Both males and females produce light, but it is the males that flash in
  synchrony.
Seconds later, the missiles smash into their targets in perfect synchrony.
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