Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state of being coequal; equality in rank, dignity, ability, etc.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The state of being on an equality, as in rank or power.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The condition of being coequal

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

co- +‎ equality

Examples

  • But they want Americans to keep believing in coequality, because it sounds good and adds an aura of respect for government that politicians desperately want.

    Constitutional Rubbish

  • The myth of coequality protects our delusional democracy and makes a mockery of our constitutional republic.

    Constitutional Rubbish

  • By regularly invoking the false coequality of branches argument and its derivative checks and balances thesis, presidents intentionally spread the propaganda to safeguard an all-powerful presidency and executive branch.

    Constitutional Rubbish

  • This latter form is indeed perfectly consistent with Trinitarian belief: it, however, expresses not the coequality of the Three

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner

  • By regularly invoking the false coequality of branches argument and its derivative checks and balances thesis, presidents intentionally spread the propaganda to safeguard an all-powerful presidency and executive branch.

    Countercurrents.org

  • By regularly invoking the false coequality of branches argument and its derivative checks and balances thesis, presidents intentionally spread the propaganda to safeguard an all-powerful presidency and executive branch.

    Countercurrents.org

  • The myth of coequality protects our delusional democracy and makes a mockery of our constitutional republic.

    Countercurrents.org

  • The fact of Christianity being a translated, and translating, religion places God at the center of the universe of cultures, implying free coequality among cultures and a necessary relativizing of languages vis-à-vis the truth of God.

    The Fire and the Rose

  • The fact of Christianity being a translated, and translating, religion places God at the center of the universe of cultures, implying free coequality among cultures and a necessary relativizing of languages vis-à-vis the truth of God.

    The Fire and the Rose

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