Crossword clues for coed
- Like most college dorms nowadays
- Like Colgate University, since 1970
- Like volleyball that's played jointly by men and women
- "Betty ___," 1930 Vallee hit
- A Yalie
- Like some colleges
- Betty, in a 1930 song
- Female collegian
- Campus lass
- Betty of songdom
- Kind of dorm
- One of the Princetonians
- A Princetonian
- Campus lass, in old lingo
- Like many modern dorms
- "Betty ____" (1930 hit)
- Kind of school
- Betty of the campus
- "Betty ___"
- Distaff student
- Dorm occupant
- One of the Yalies
- College girl
- Campus person
- Certain student
- Open to both sexes
- "Betty ___," 1930 song
- Betty of song
- Shields at Princeton
- Princetonian or Yalie
- Wellesley student
- Like some schools
- Like Yale since 1969
- Not restricted by sex
- Like The Citadel, now
- Like most colleges
- Dorm dweller
- Campus figure
- Like most colleges today
- Like some dorms
- Dorm denizen
- What Vassar became in 1968
- Like virtually all schools nowadays
- Not single-sex, as a school
- Not same-sex
- Like Vassar, now
- Ole Miss miss, e.g.
- For both sexes
- Like many college dorms
- Like some college volleyball
- Like military academies, today
- Unlike Morehouse College
- Like many college dorms, now
- College figure
- Like most dorms nowadays
- Like many dorms nowadays
- Like many dorms
- Like some fraternities nowadays
- What Yale became in 1969
- What Bryn Mawr College is not
- Open to everyone, in a way
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
a. Alternative spelling of co-ed#Adjective n. Alternative spelling of co-ed#Noun
Coed or mixed-gender education is the integrated education of male and female students in the same environment.
Coed may also refer to:
- COED (website) - an online entertainment magazine that focuses on college lifestyle
- COED, software project created by the US Department of Commerce in the 1970s
- Coed Records, an American record label
- Coed School, a South Korean dance/pop group
- Betws-y-Coed, a village in Conwy County Borough, Wales
- Llwyd ap Cil Coed, a character in Welsh mythology, whose surname means "trees"
- Concise Oxford English Dictionary, a popular dictionary
COED is an online entertainment magazine that focuses on college lifestyle. Originally a print magazine, it became a web online publication in 2007. The content is primarily targeted at college-aged men and written by college-aged writers. The website contains news and interviews as well as photography of female celebrities. Posts from COED are featured in publications such as The Huffington Post and Maxim.
In addition to college-related material, the website features entertainment news, interviews, and technology news, but primarily showcasing photography of female celebrities. The magazine has an annual competition referred to as Miss COED. The competition features women attending colleges across America and began as a way to win a spread in the print version of the magazine. Previous winners have included Playboy Playmates Amanda Paige, Jessica Ashley, Tiffany Toth, and MMA fighter Ashley Salazar.
Usage examples of "coed".
And I'm trying hard not to stare at the coed, which is why I find myself watching highlights from last weekend's professional tournament.
My seat was on the thirty-yard line, between a fresh-faced coed and an Old Grad already hollering himself raw.
Bradford Carroll, accompanied by a coed to whom he was secretly married, registered in at a local tourist court at ten o'clock last night.
In case you're wondering, the lavatories are coed, too, and are about ten meters to your right up the aisle.
It was wrong that my rapist assumed he was untouchable or that as a Syracuse coed I was most certainly treated better by the police.
In the halls of the courthouse we looked like what we were: a coed and her youthful mother figure.
I had black and I had red, neither of which was an appropriate choice for the virgin coed the grand jury would expect.
I could pretend that I was a normal college coed whose life revolved as much around my classes and food runs to Marshall Street as it did a rape trial.
Even the grumpy old professor of Mathematics, who detested coeds, and had bitterly opposed their admission to Redmond, couldn't floor her.
The slightly uppity Duke coeds were among the very finest and most "contemporary" American women.
He studied shapely young coeds, older women professors, and female visitors in the Duke Blue Devils T-shirts that seemed de rigueur for outsiders.
Duke coeds were being asked to sign in and out of dorms, he elaborated.
And then there were the lovely young coeds, long legs flashing by, skirts swirling and flirting, practically begging to be snapped up by a not particularly bad looking former SEAL.
At the momcnt, my biggest worry is that I’ll collapse on the sidewalk in front of the Kappa Omega house and he swarmed by hysterical coeds bearing herb tea.
It was not difficult to wiggle her way into Twiller’s bed, as countless coeds will attest.