2. Verb. (transitive) To present along with others. ¹
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Definition of Copresent
1. [v -ED, -ING, -S]
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Literary usage of Copresent
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1. The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1838)
"... can save me,— that Christ's righteousness alone can save— these are simple positions, all the terms of which are steady and copresent to my mind. ..."
2. Essays, Reviews, and Addresses by James Martineau (1891)
"... as such, apart from the uses to which it is put by higher faculties copresent with it, we ought to carry our experiments down to the creatures where it ..."
3. Essays: Philosophical and Theological by James Martineau (1886)
"... that sphere of unconscious growth, which has always been recognized as copresent with Man and God, the beings of conscious thought and power ; but has ..."
4. Notes on English Divines by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1853)
"... can save me,—that Christ's righteousness alone can save—these are simple positions, all the terms of which are steady and copresent to my mind. ..."
5. The Primeval World of Hebrew Tradition by Frederic Henry Hedge (1872)
"VIII. The Failure of Primeval Society. vine dispensation. But that Spirit is always and everywhere active, copresent to every age and phase of society. ..."
6. The National Review edited by Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot (1862)
"on the part of Nature;—that sphere of unconscious growth, which has always been recognised as copresent with Man and God, the beings of conscious thought ..."