Is there a difference between “coed” and “co-ed?”?

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  • RP
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    4 weeks ago
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    The only difference is the hyphen in co-ed. In the abstract, both mean co-educational which means, in turn, an integrated school or one that is not excusively male or female. Often, a woman attending such a school can be described as a coed, although I've never heard a man referred to as a coed.

  • 4 weeks ago

    spelling choice.

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