Definition of coterminously in English:



See coterminous

‘Now that consumer demand is tailing off, as people find they are obliged finally to repay their bills and cover their costs, there has coterminously been a surge in home repossessions.’
  • ‘In Britain, for example, the number of policemen sharply rose during the Eighties, and crime rose coterminously.’
  • ‘Unless something extraordinary was to be done, he will be asking for a stay that will go almost coterminously with the trial protocol.’
  • ‘His affiliation, while always biological, coterminously refers to social alliances.’
  • ‘All three elements exist coterminously, though in varying strengths.’