Definition of coessential in English:

coessential

Syllabification: co·es·sen·tial
Pronunciation: /ˌkōəˈsen(t)SHəl
 
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adjective

1United or inseparable in essence or being.
More example sentences
  • This is done with the help of the hands of consciousness that extend from the spiritual heart and are coessential to it.
  • We are living members of this marvelous and fascinating organism, nourished by the sacramental, hierarchical and charismatic gifts which are coessential to it.
  • The Cardinal's reflections elaborated an understanding that the charismatic and institutional aspects are quasi coessential to the constitution of the Church.
1.1Having the same substance or essence.
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  • Unconventional Landscapes by Melissa Martinez and Mary Shindell are multimedia coessential installations and will be on display from November to January.

Derivatives

coessentiality

Pronunciation: /kōiˌsenCHēˈalitē/
noun
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  • Arius denied the coessentiality and the coeternity of the Second Person of the Trinity with God the Father.
  • Its being in the image of God resides in the self-subsistence of soul, intellect and consciousness and in their coessentiality, indivisibility and inseparability.
  • The Apostle Paul suggested extending the feeling of coessentiality to all followers of Christ and experiencing them as one Body of Christ headed by Christ and the Father.

coessentially

adverb
More example sentences
  • The second species goes further and asks, ‘What does the intellect have coessentially in itself?’
  • If Christianity is coessentially linked to reason, then reason is the tool Christian believers can and should use to relate themselves to other believers.

coessentialness

noun

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