coequal

[koh-ee-kwuhl]
adjective
1.
equal with another or each other in rank, ability, extent, etc.: The two top students were coequal.
noun
2.
a coequal person or thing.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English. See co-, equal

coequality [koh-i-kwol-i-tee] , coequalness, noun
coequally, adverb
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coequal (kəʊˈiːkwəl)
 
adj
1.  of the same size, rank, etc
 
n
2.  a person or thing equal with another
 
coequality
 
n
 
co'equalness
 
n
 
co'equally
 
adv

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Example sentences
It so works that all other elements are not coequal elements with itself, but mere infusions poured into an already existing body.
The executive outranks the other coequal branches, a pair of law professors maintain.
Team members are coequal partners who build the plan collaboratively after a complete review of data and a full discussion iv.
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