Definition of Coevality

1. Noun. The condition of being coeval ¹



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Definition of Coevality

1. [n -TIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coevality

coestablishment
coestate
coestates
coetanean
coetaneans
coetaneity
coetaneous
coeternal
coeternally
coeternalness
coeternity
coeur
coeur en sabot
coeval
coevalities
coevality (current term)
coevally
coevals
coevent
coevolution
coevolutional
coevolutionary
coevolutions
coevolve
coevolved
coevolves
coevolving
coevous
coex
coexecutor

Literary usage of Coevality

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1. Churchmen, hear! A further 'remonstrance' against the recital of the by Churchmen (1885)
"Suppose that coincidence to have occurred myriads of ages ago— " before the worlds,"—the fact would be still the same. Let that absolute coevality of ..."

2. Permafrost: Second International Conference, July 13-28, 1973 : USSR by Frederick J. Sanger, Peter J. Hyde (1978)
"The coevality of deposits occurring at geomorphological levels of differing ages. 2. The absence of riverbed facies, which contradicts the generally known ..."

3. The History of Wool and Woolcombing by James Burnley (1889)
"... &c., as to indicate the coevality of the sheep with those species, or in such an altered state as to indicate them to have been of equal antiquity. ..."

4. Essays and Observations on Natural History, Anatomy, Physiology, Psychology by John Hunter, Richard Owen (1861)
"... the coevality of the fossils with the mineral strata in which they are found. This principle has since been abundantly established; the use of fossil ..."

5. The Works of the Late Right Honourable Henry St. John, Lord Viscount Bolingbroke by Henry Saint-John Bolingbroke, Oliver Goldsmith (1809)
"He would have assented, perhaps, as much as he assented in other cases, to a coevality of the Son with the Father, as the eternal effect of an eternal cause ..."

6. The Geologist by Samuel Joseph Mackie (1862)
"The great geological principle, the coevality of the fossils with the mineral strata in which thev are found, which some geologists have denied, ..."

7. Lectures on the Results of the Great Exhibition of 1851: Delivered Before by Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) (1852)
"... &c., as to indicate the coevality of the sheep with those species, or in such an altered state as to indicate them to have been of equal antiquity. ..."

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