coterminous[ koh-tur-muh-nuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF coterminous
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COTERMINOUS
But this time Ive fixed it up for him and his leave is coterminous with mine.
The parishes in these counties were ordered to be coterminous with the bounds of the counties.
That is the third stage, and it is coterminous with life, Tom.
This was subdivided into "realms" coterminous with the boundaries of States.
But Huckley's sheet was only coterminous with the use of type among mankind.
The outermost lines are coterminous with those of the great race which is called Indo-Germanic.
But neither their kingdoms nor their Empires were coterminous, though their capitals were identical, namely, Rome and Aachen.
The parish, coterminous with the county and created at the same time, also honored the Duke, being called Russell.
Its northern border is coterminous with the northern border of Tertiary gravels, sands, and sandy clays.
But the genetic conception of life, steadily popularized since 1870, has led us to see that education is coterminous with life.