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Similar words: coedcoeducationcoeducationaltoedoedemaoedipusroe deercoevalMeaning: n. a female student at a coeducational college or university. adj. attended by members of both sexes. 
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1 He was educated at a co-ed comprehensive school.
2 I want to go to a coed school.
3 The university became coed in 1967.
4 You have a choice of co-ed or single-sex swimming exercise classes.
5 Many coed schools provide excellent education.
6 Vassar was just becoming co-ed and there was a lot of tension and, quite frankly,( some weird men.
7 Many coed schools provide excellent educations, but the reasons for the movement seem to be less academic than financial and ideological.
8 Almost all college students live in coed dormitories or in houses shared with friends.
9 They accepted once-scandalous deviations such as interfaith dialogue, political activism, concert-going, and coed dancing.
10 I wanted a coed school, and it seemed the most prestigious.
11 In 1958 Deerfield was still thirty years away from going coed.
12 A nationwide search was under way for a typical coed.
13 Is your school coed?
14 The staff might be young; they look like college coeds running around in their tees and hi-tech sweats.
15 Ringwald wastes no time wedging herself between McGaw and his coed girlfriend, Sarah Lassez.
16 But our rift over the inevitable difficulties of coed armed forces remains.
17 Last winter a judge put a vet away for thirty-five years for sinking his teeth into sweet, succulent coed flesh.
18 No embarrassing costumes meant for college coeds would hang awkwardly upon my 40-or-50-something body.
19 This year I'm in a co-ed dorm.
20 When Princeton University coed offering8) co-ed classes, she was in the9) freshman class.
21 In recent years Timber Lake Camp, a co-ed sleep-away camp in Phoenicia, N.Y., has started employing “friendship coaches” to work with campers to help every child become friends with everyone else.
22 "Gender stereotypes are exacerbated" in co-ed schools, say the British researchers, and "moderated" in single-sex schools.
23 I was one of the few "co-ed" trainees at Fort Jackson, S.C. My first job in the Army was as a clerk/typist, which I did for three years.
24 There's considerably less bitching about the federal government, environmental activists and co-ed dorms.
25 The number of girls schools has dwindled in the state sector since the 1970s and has been dropping more recently among private schools, as more and more parents demand co-ed schools.
26 Now, Mr. Koleba tries to meet women when he is out and about -- taking improvisational comedy classes, playing on a co-ed intramural soccer team, exercising with a runners group.
27 Most countries offer few opportunities for female soccer players, but Norway has a thriving women’s professional league, and the U.S. a burgeoning co-ed youth soccer movement.
28 The analysis of the GCSE scores of more than 700, 000 girls taught in the state sector concludes that those at girls' schools consistently made more progress than those in co-ed secondaries.
29 The 2007 British study compared life outcomes for thousands of middle-age graduates of single-sex and co-ed schools.
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