- equal with another or each other in rank, ability, extent, etc.: The two top students were coequal.
- a coequal person or thing.
Origin of coequal
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Examples from the Web for coequal
The Constitution clearly describes three coequal branches of government, not an executive branch and two lesser ones.I Survived the Bush Presidency
The Daily Beast
January 8, 2009
Coequal in antiquity with the cult of Anu in Assyria is that of Dagan.The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria
His thirst for knowledge was coequal with his thirst for money—and why, no one could tell.The Memories of Fifty Years</p>
William H. Sparks
The duty of citizens to support the laws of the land is coequal with the duty of their Government to enforce the laws which exist.
The most trifling sin (if any sin can be called trifling,) demanded nothing less than God's eternal and coequal Son.Notes on the Book of Leviticus
C. H. Mackintosh
Add to this, that they might have arisen even in a state of nature, and have been coequal with the quarrels of mankind.
- of the same size, rank, etc
- a person or thing equal with another
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Word Origin and History for coequal
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