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Equal with one another, as in rank or size.
An equal.

co′e·qual′i·ty (-kwŏl′ĭ-tē) n.
co·e′qual·ly adv.
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In thus implicitly extending the claim of constructedness across the phenomenological level material history aims at a new, more equitable, historicity where "high" truths can exist coequally with "low" ones, and the meaning of the past is forever a discourse of competing values.
Rumsfeld never seemed willing to include in his definition of victory in war the coequally valid desideratum of an acceptable peace.
MACKINNON, FEMINISM UNMODIFIED 94-95 (1987) ("Sexual intercourse, still the most common cause of pregnancy, cannot simply be presumed coequally determined.