Thesaurus / coterminous
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The belief in immortality is coterminous with belief in the Deity; the two forms of faith are always found together.
THE ASCENT OF THE SOULAMORY H. BRADFORD
The walls of this cage, when they are in contact with those of the cages of other gemmules, are coterminous with them.
FRESHWATER SPONGES, HYDROIDS & POLYZOANELSON ANNANDALE
The parishes in these counties were ordered to be coterminous with the bounds of the counties.
HOW JUSTICE GREWMARTHA W. (MARTHA WOODROOF) HIDEN
That is the third stage, and it is coterminous with life, Tom.
THE CORNER OF HARLEY STREETHENRY BASHFORD
It is not sufficient to attempt a rapid solution of this problem by assuming that artistic and ethnic boundaries are coterminous.
EVOLUTION IN ARTALFRED C. HADDON
The licensing districts are coterminous with the Parliamentary electorates.
THE LONG WHITE CLOUDWILLIAM PEMBER REEVES
Their life-history may even be coterminous with that of the individual, and if destroyed they are not replaced.
THE NERVOUS CHILDHECTOR CHARLES CAMERON
Thus the tribunal could vary the penalty at its discretion, and was not bound to the rule of coterminous abito y carcel.
A HISTORY OF THE INQUISITION OF SPAIN; VOL. 3HENRY CHARLES LEA
Its southern line is coterminous with the southern edge of the Triassic formation.
But the genetic conception of life, steadily popularized since 1870, has led us to see that education is coterminous with life.
WOMAN IN MODERN SOCIETYEARL BARNES
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