Definition of Coresidents

1. coresident [n] - See also: coresident

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coresidents

corepresentation
corepresentations
corepression
corepressor
corepressors
corequisite
corequisites
corer
corers
cores
coresearcher
coresearchers
coresidence
coresident
coresidential
coresidents (current term)
corespondent
corespondents
coreys
corf
corfes
corgi
corgis
corgwn
coria
coriaceous
coriander
coriander plant
coriander seed
corianders

Literary usage of Coresidents

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1. The Slave Systems of Greek and Roman Antiquity by William Linn Westermann (1984)
"From other city-states similar proofs are available that subjects of a given polity might become the slaves of their own fellow citizens or of coresidents ..."

2. Pakistan: A Country Study edited by Peter R. Blood (1996)
"In theory, members of a biradari are coresidents of a single village. In some areas, however, land fragmentation and generations of out-migration have led ..."

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