co-equal[ koh-ee-kwuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF co-equal
Synonyms for co-equal
- in the same manner
- same difference
Antonyms for co-equal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CO-EQUAL
If it be co-extensive with the one it will be co-equal with the one, or if containing the one it will be greater than the one?
Co-equal with his work of instruction and inspiration was His work of healing.
The activities of rural men and women were co-equal, not identical.
Maxwell and I are co-equal allies; not a combine under a Boss!
This inundation was caused by the co-equal rise of the head waters of the Colorado and Gila rivers.
Evidently she could not undertake the hazard of discriminating between these co-equal authorities.
It is impossible so to adapt the equilibrium of power, that every great European Power shall be co-equal in strength.
In this last book of Scripture we have the co-equal Three introduced as co-operating in the work of man's redemption.
None, be sure, save Christ himself, the co-equal and co-eternal Son of God.
To belong to that race whose Head is the co-equal and co-eternal Son of God.