For 47,745 of the 47,763 runners who competed in the New York Marathon in 2011, it was a co-ed race.
To quote our friend Gina Bianchini, "Marketers need to be reminded that the boys club is co-ed now."
Your roommate isn't going to give you the stink eye just for growing out a beard or staying at a co-ed's apartment past curfew.
At Big Valley, a co-ed pre-K-12 in hardscrabble Modesto, Calif., the trip to Washington D.C. has been an annual rite of passage.
Spar comes from the co-ed world, a seemingly plain credential but one that will give her an enormous advantage at Barnard.
On the fringe of this group, an olive-skinned Brazilian co-ed asks: "Where's Martha?"
They'll say I've backed down on my co-ed plan and will run me half to death.
Can't you persuade this girl of ours to give up the co-ed plan back yonder in Annapolis,—she knows all the seamanship and nav.
How am I ever to be a co-ed in Annapolis and a pupil here at the same time?
But we boys never entirely forgot what happened to us, and it's still the custom to elect a co-ed to some Athletic office.
also coed, 1886, American English, (first in Louisa Mae Alcott's "Jo's Boys"); short for "co-educational system;" 1889 as an adjective, short for coeducational; 1893 as a noun meaning "girl or woman student at a co-educational institution."