Coeval (adjective)

  1. Existing or originating at the same time.
  2. Of the same period or date; contemporary.

Origin:

Derived from the latin word "coaevus" meaning of the same age or contemporaneous.

Examples:

  1. The coeval fossils found in the rock strata indicated that the species lived at the same time.
  2. The coeval buildings in the city center were built during the same era.
  3. The coeval artworks were created by different artists, but shared similar styles.
  4. The coeval witnesses gave conflicting testimony at the trial.
  5. The coeval text reveal the same historical information but written by different authors.
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