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coedit combined form of edit.
coeditor combined form of editor.
coeducation the schooling of males and females at the same institution and in the same classes.
coefficient the constant part of an algebraic term involving multiplication. [2 definitions]
coelacanth a large bony fish that was thought to be extinct until a living specimen was found in 1938.
coelenterate any of numerous invertebrate animals that have tentacles around the oral opening and a single internal cavity for various bodily functions, such as the jellyfishes, anemones, and corals.
coeliac variant of celiac.
coelom the main body cavity of the higher animals, which contains the viscera.
coenobite variant of cenobite.
coequal equal in some quality or rank. [2 definitions]
coerce to persuade or pressure (a person) to do something by using threats, intimidation, or the like. [2 definitions]
coercion the act of persuading or pressuring a person to do something by using threats, intimidation, or the like. [2 definitions]
coercive of or using coercion.
coeternal combined form of eternal.
coeval coinciding in time of origin or existence; contemporary. [2 definitions]
coexecutor one who serves as a joint executor.
coexist to exist together at the same time or place. [2 definitions]
coexistence the act or condition of coexisting, esp. in a peaceful manner despite differences in values, customs, political systems, and the like.
coextend to extend equally through space or time.
coextensive coinciding in time, location, or range.
cofavorite combined form of favorite.