- n a person of nearly the same age as another
- s of the same period
- Tygiel points out that Branch Rickey's creation of the farm system in the 1930's is coeval with the emergence of the first chain stores, which contributed to the creation of a .
- Her coeval, the wonderful Penelope Wilton, is providing the most fully shaded interpretation in Michael Grandages production of Hamlet at Wyndhams Theater.
- Our "old families" are not exactly coeval with the COLONNAS and the ORSINIS.