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Definition of "co-option" [co-option]

  • Alternative spelling of cooption. (noun)

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Use "co-option" in a sentence
  • ""It's called co-option -- you become part of the system when you make a deal with them," said Mike Saulenas, 60, a member of the group."
  • "But I'm excited that this may be the co-option of 'courtier's response' for ID – an anchored web of self-referential nonsense offered as an detailed exposition of design detection."
  • "RTH: But I'm excited that this may be the co-option of 'courtier's response' for ID – an anchored web of self-referential nonsense offered as an detailed exposition of design detection."