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He tried to think, tried to co-ordinate events, tried to understand the true bearings of the situation.
THE EVERLASTING ARMSJOSEPH HOCKING
We are not asking for the restoration of a co-ordinate Parliament such as Ireland had before the Union.
The ministry of reconciliation and the Church at large are co-ordinate.
It seems most probable that the other is co-ordinate with this, so that both are in a sense the evidence for the main proposition.
Meanwhile something might be done to co-ordinate spasmodic and voluntary effort.
THE EVOLUTION OF SINN FEINROBERT MITCHELL HENRY
Observe also that co-ordinate adjective phrases take a comma before them, wherever they are placed.
"STOPS"PAUL ALLARDYCE
The mind and matter are two co-ordinate things, whose properties are to be investigated by similar methods.
I do not mean those movements which are external, and co-ordinate with the movements of the arm; those belong to mimicry.
Each man knows the object of what he does, and can co-ordinate that object with the object of what is done by his fellows.
Please hold yourself in readiness to co-ordinate the action of your troops with that of the Royal Irish Constabulary.

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confabulateverb (used without object) | [kuhn-fab-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION
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