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  • adjective Alternative form of coöperant.
  • noun Alternative form of coöperant.

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Examples

  • The proper exercise of the virtue of religion involves three cooperant virtues having God as their direct object, and hence known as the "theological virtues".

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • An organism has been more briefly defined, and the curious mutuality of its support expressed, by saying that it is a unit made up of cooperant parts.

    The Nature of Goodness

  • The neist direction is -- 'In his hin' heel caw a nail: 'we s' turn up a 'his fower feet thegither, 'cause they're cooperant; an' noo lat 's see the proper spot whaur to caw the said nail! "

    Warlock o' Glenwarlock

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