It is a collective term for the geographic and social varieties of English spoken in that part of the US roughly coextensive with the former slave-holding states.
First, there are the promotional or attitude groups: these advocate a cause and their potential membership is, in theory, coextensive with the entire population.
Acceptance ‘for the group’ with collective commitment can be viewed in this context as coextensive with acceptance in the we-mode.
Indeed, once the principle is recognized, the relevant database is essentially coextensive with natural history.
The notion of the will, as I am employing it, is not coextensive with the notion of first-order desires.
I tend to get a bit spun if people ask me what I mean, since in terms of the way I interface with this forum, ‘what I mean’ is coextensive with ‘what I have written’.
These terms are made coextensive with the temporal span of Maisie's childhood; as the preface puts it, ‘she wonders… to the end-the death of her childhood’.
Educators often assumed that religious principles and biblical knowledge were coextensive with science, history, and languages.
The range of problems they can handle will be coextensive with the range to which the human mind has been applied.
There is the mistaken belief that collective security is coextensive with the entire security structure, which it is not.