existing with another eternally.
- co·e·ter·nal·ly, adverb
- co·e·ter·ni·ty, noun
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How to use coeternal in a sentence
Or of the Eternal: or may I, unblamed, express thee as the coeternal beam of the Eternal.
The Homœomeries are coeternal with, if not anterior to, Nous.
And no times are coeternal with Thee, because Thou abidest; but if they abode, they should not be times.The Confessions of Saint Augustine | Saint Augustine
Nor yet is it coeternal with Thee, O God, because not without beginning; for it was made.The Confessions of Saint Augustine | Saint Augustine
Man is the image and likeness of God, coexistent and coeternal with Him.No and Yes | Mary Baker Eddy
British Dictionary definitions for coeternal
existing together eternally
- coeternally, adverb
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