Thesaurus / coeval
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One circumstance seems to prove them to be coeval with the very infancy of Christianity in Scotland.

That such things were coeval is not so astonishing as it may seem.

The type-printing telegraph was coeval with the dial, and originated with Morse and Vail as early as 1837.

Inventions in the CenturyWilliam Henry Doolittle

They were coeval with the Asuras whom they braved in battle, and were located in their homestead.

The Main Street is still youthful; the coeval man is in his latest age.

Main StreetNathaniel Hawthorne

A perennial controversy in human life; coeval with the genealogies of men.

The chancel is divided from the nave by a fine open oak screen, coeval with the larger part of the building.

Coeval with the commonwealth itself, the starry roll of its heroes links it with all the fortunes of our history.

Slave-trading seems to have been coeval with the knowledge of iron.

In himself he was commonplace enough (as I, coeval though I was with him, soon saw).

And Even NowMax Beerbohm

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