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coætaneous (comparative more coætaneous, superlative most coætaneous)

  1. Archaic form of coetaneous.
    • 1699, Richard Bentley, The Folly and unreaſonableneſs of Atheism, fourth edition, page #111:
      And thus it is through the whole ſyſtem of the Body ; every member doth mutually ſuſtain and ſupply one another ; and all are coætaneous, becauſe none of them can ſubſiſt alone.