coordinate

Part of speech: adverb

Coordinately.

Part of speech: verb

To put or be in the same rank, class, or order.

Part of speech: adjective

Of the same order or rank; existing together in similar relation.

Part of speech: noun

One of a number of coordinate persons or things.

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Usage examples "coordinate":

  1. But when the king had been advised to recognize not only the monstrous composition as a sovereign power, but, in conduct, to admit something in it like a superiority,- when the bench of Regicide was made at least coordinate with his throne, and raised upon a platform full as elevated, this treatment could not be passed by under the appearance of despising it. - "The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. V. (of 12)", Edmund Burke.
  2. Don't you know that to coordinate those brains I worked for years with a devotion, a concentration, a genius you can never hope even to comprehend? - "The Passing of Ku Sui", Anthony Gilmore.
  3. Additional appropriations will be required for the proposed central Federal research agency which I recommended last September 6. That agency will coordinate existing research activities and administer funds for new research activities wherever they are needed; it will not itself conduct research. - "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present", Various.