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cofeature (plural cofeatures)
cofeature (third-person singular simple present cofeatures, present participle cofeaturing, simple past and past participle cofeatured)
- (transitive) To feature alongside; to present as a cofeature.
- 1969, CSA Super Markets - Volume 45, page 48:
- Thus, if a chuck roast were featured at 49₵ a pound, meat managers in both stores would be instructed to cofeature "Yankee" pot roast, chuck arm or "California" roast —all products from the same basic chuck.
- 2003, John Lawrence Ward, Edwin Walter Dickinson, Edwin Dickinson: A Critical History of His Paintings, →ISBN, page 192:
- Elaine de Kooning used the occasion of the show to cofeature Dickinson's work in an article, "The Modern Museum's Fifteen: Dickinson and Kiesler," that appeared the month of the exhibition.
- 2009, Peter J. Levinson, Tommy Dorsey: Livin' in a Great Big Way, A Biography, →ISBN:
- Moreover, the band's book was written to cofeature Tommy's trombone.
- (intransitive) To be presented as a cofeature.
- 2008, Denis Meikle, A History of Horrors: The Rise and Fall of the House of Hammer, →ISBN, page 124:
- In the interim, the opportunity had arisen for Pirates to cofeature with surefire Columbia winner Mysterious Island, and the film was sent back to the Board for further pasteurization.