coalternate

adjective co·alternate \(ˈ)kō, ¦kō+\

Definition of coalternate

logic

  1. :  related so as to express alternatives which taken together exhaust the possibilities —used of propositions and judgments

coalternation

\(ˈ)kō+\ noun

coalternative

\¦kō+\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of coalternate

co- + alternate


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