- a person who cooperates or collaborates as editor with another.
Origin of coeditor
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Examples from the Web for co-editor
The co-editor of Selected Letters of William Styron, on his favorite correspondences.Book Bag: The Best Letter Collections
R. Blakeslee Gilpin
December 18, 2012
He is co-editor of IvyGate, a college news and commentary blog.High on Study Drugs
May 9, 2010
Michael Kazin is the author, most recently, of A Godly Hero: The Life of William Jennings Bryan and is co-editor of Dissent.The Left's Fleeting Wins
March 21, 2010
He teaches history at Georgetown University and is the co-editor of Dissent.The Trotsky Legend Debunked
December 8, 2009
She is the co-editor of Taking Back America—And Taking Down the Radical Right and editor of The Dictionary of Republicanisms.No Messiah, but a Good Swimmer
Katrina Vanden Heuvel
November 2, 2009
But something had to be done; negotiations for the post of co-editor of the Morning Chronicle were opened, and fell through.Coleridge
Samuel Levy Bensusan
We expect to give, in our next number, a life-like portrait of our late correspondent and now co-editor, J. Bayard Taylor.
He was co-editor, with Stewart Morgan, of two volumes of essays designed for collegians.Some Current Folk-Songs of the Negro
Will H. Thomas
He has also been co-editor of a newspaper, which was conducted with ability.