Definition of coequality in US English:

coequality

noun

  • See coequal

    • ‘The most fruitful approach to wildlife ecology grants coequality to wild animal population biology, the ecology and management of wildlife habitats.’
    • ‘At this moment of unprecedented danger and unprecedented opportunity, upholding this principle of formal coequality has never been more important.’
    • ‘From the beginning, North Korea has insisted that an inter-Korean political formula should be based on parity or coequality, rather than population.’
    • ‘Such a view, though defensible in theory, would destroy all semblance of coequality from a practical standpoint.’
    • ‘So much is implied in the separation of the powers of these departments by the Constitution, and in the rule which recognizes their essential coequality.’

Pronunciation

coequality

/ˌkōēˈkwälədē//ˌkoʊiˈkwɑlədi/