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Coeval definition is - of the same or equal age, antiquity, or duration. How to use coeval in a sentence. Did You Know ... Dictionary Entries near coeval. Coeur d' ...

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Coeval definition, of the same age, date, or duration; equally old: Analysis has proved that this manuscript is coeval with that one. See more.

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In the memoir literature, they are coeval, precisely balanced; for the process of objectification by the subject is itself the process of acting in time.

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coeval. When two things live or happen during the same period of time, they are coeval. If you annotate an old poem, the annotations and the text of the poem ...

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Define coeval. coeval synonyms, coeval pronunciation, coeval translation, English dictionary definition of coeval. adj. Originating or existing during the same ...

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Definition of coeval adjective in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation, picture, example sentences, grammar, usage notes, synonyms ...

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coeval definition: of the same age or period; contemporaryOrigin of coevalfrom Ecclesiastical Late Latin coævus from Classical Latin co-, together + aevum, ...