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Definition of "co-ed" [co-ed]

  • Of an educational institution, that teaches both males and females. (adjective)
  • Of any location, that mixes males and females. (adjective)
  • A young woman who attends college. (noun)
  • A (generally young) woman, especially on the campus of a college or other educational institute. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "co-ed" in a sentence
  • "Among the many, many issues I had with Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, you know beside the racist caricatures and general lack of making any sense was when one of the Decepticons took the form of a hot co-ed."
  • "In 1960, it would have been absurd for most colleges to have co-ed dorms."
  • "Specifically, Animal House, at the closing epitaphs, where John Belushi's character is driving off in a convertible having just sabotaged a parade with a hapless co-ed in the back: "Sen. Bluto and his wife live in Maryland, Virginia.""