Definition of Coeffects

1. Noun. (plural of coeffect) ¹



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Definition of Coeffects

1. coeffect [n] - See also: coeffect

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coeffects

coeditor
coeditors
coeditorship
coeditorships
coedits
coeds
coeducate
coeducated
coeducates
coeducating
coeducation
coeducational
coeducationally
coeducations
coeffect
coeffects (current term)
coefficacy
coefficiencies
coefficiency
coefficient
coefficient of absorption
coefficient of concordance
coefficient of consanguinity
coefficient of correlation
coefficient of drag
coefficient of elasticity
coefficient of expansion
coefficient of friction
coefficient of inbreeding
coefficient of kinship

Literary usage of Coeffects

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1. The Internal Secretions and the Nervous System by Maxime Laignel-Lavastine (1919)
"In conclusion, all the facts gone over in this critical review are explained aside from coincidence and coeffects of the same cause, at times by a direct or ..."

2. A Treatise on Bright's disease and diabetes with especial reference to by James Tyson, 1839-1901 William F Norris (1881)
"... makes it much more reasonable to consider, that when both conditions are present, they are "coeffects of one and the same cause," as claimed by Bartels. ..."

3. A Study of Sensory Control in the Rat by Florence Ella Richardson Robinson, Richardson Robinson (1909)
"... some measure in the minds of all instructors, but the main purpose of the course and the relative importance of its coeffects are variously conceived. ..."

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