coeval[ koh-ee-vuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF coeval
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COEVAL
The Main Street is still youthful; the coeval man is in his latest age.
That such things were coeval is not so astonishing as it may seem.
Such an eye was not born when the bird was, but is coeval with the sky it reflects.
They are, of course, coeval with the church, which is fine early Decorated.
The sedilia in the chancel seem to be coeval with that part of the church.
(Hence the visible world is not coeval with the mind its maker).
The Church of St. Mary is built near the river, and is coeval with the castle.
This chapel is considered by many to be coeval with the first endowment of the church.
It is clear from their position that Man was coeval with these two species.
Surely with mankind the appreciation of flowers must have been coeval with the poetry of love.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR COEVAL
- au courant
- hot off press
- in fashion
- in vogue
- just out
- with it
- à la mode