Definition of coessentiality in US English:

coessentiality

noun

  • See coessential

    • ‘Arius denied the coessentiality and the coeternity of the Second Person of the Trinity with God the Father.’
    • ‘The Apostle Paul suggested extending the feeling of coessentiality to all followers of Christ and experiencing them as one Body of Christ headed by Christ and the Father.’
    • ‘Its being in the image of God resides in the self-subsistence of soul, intellect and consciousness and in their coessentiality, indivisibility and inseparability.’
    • ‘Our method naturally weights and combines into reliable predictions genomic features only weakly associated with interaction (e.g., mRNA coexpression, coessentiality, and colocalization).’

Pronunciation

coessentiality

/kōiˌsenCHēˈalitē/