- coherent + -ly (Wiktionary)
“If I were to win, I would probably jump for joy and otherwise try to express my happiness - I doubt I would be able to speak coherently from the shock and excitement - at winning such a well-known prize.”
“And thinking coherently is pretty clearly not your strong point.”
“¬ Finding a few quiet moments to put together two thoughts much less read, analyze, and write coherently is definitely a challenge many times.”
“Finding a few quiet moments to put together two thoughts much less read, analyze, and write coherently is definitely a challenge many times.”
“We knew each other, we visited each other, we wrote letters, sent presents, kept up relations; we, in short, coherently joined hands from one generation to another; the fibres of the sons tingled with the current from their fathers, back and back to the old beginnings, to Plymouth and Roanoke and Rip Van Winkle!”
“So; of the five House seats subject to special elections - which the dunderhead that created the original rhetoric probably meant, but my opponents’ inability to write coherently is not really my problem - four were held by Democrats and one by a Republican.”
“Being drunk can be an excuse for acting moronic or vomiting on your friends shoes or not being able to talk coherently, that is all.”
“If a blogger has something worthwhile to say and can say it coherently in other words, provides value, then that blogger usually builds readership.”
“If you cannot manipulate words coherently, meaning will fail.”
“But efficiency is the ratio of an output to an input, and you can’t use the term coherently if you don’t make clear what the desired output is.”
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