coeval coeval


  1. (n) a person of nearly the same age as another
  2. (adj) of the same period


  1. Her coeval, the wonderful Penelope Wilton, is providing the most fully shaded interpretation in Michael Grandages production of Hamlet at Wyndhams Theater.
  2. On the contrary, she was a flapper very like her coeval, Tallulah Bankhead.
  3. Behind trendy sunglasses the driver looked like Richard Gere poorly disguised, with gray tousled locks that made him an attractive coeval.
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