Having the same age or date of origin; contemporary: his greatest rival and coetaneous critic
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- A four-decade-long study has found that the incidence of coetaneous melanoma rose by a factor of more than 6 from 1970-1979 through 2000-2009.
- The discovery of the circulation of blood, which was coetaneous with baroque culture, confirmed this general law that ruled everywhere.
- His arrival was coetaneous with the announcement of an important change in the commercial intercourse between England and India.
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