coresident

adjective co·res·i·dent \ (ˌ)kō-ˈre-zə-dənt , -ˈrez-dənt , -ˈre-zə-ˌdent \
variants: or co-resident

Definition of coresident

: residing together in the same place
  • coresident adult children
  • The U.S. had 788,730 unmarried grandparents who were responsible for most of the basic care of a co-resident grandchild in 2014.
  • —Lewis Diuguid

coresident

or co-resident noun, plural coresidents or co-residents
    • our coresidents and neighbors
    • These women returned not to family homes but to "residences" which they shared not with husbands but with "co-residents."
    • —Frank Zepezauer

coresidential

play \(ˌ)kō-ˌre-zə-ˈden(t)-shəl, -ˌrez-ˈden(t)-shəl\ or co-residential adjective
    • studies of individuals and coresidential groupings
    • Among fathers with children under age 5 … 81 percent of co-residential fathers played with their children daily …
    • —Stacy Teicher Khadaroo

First Known Use of coresident

1880


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