- v. present participle of cohere.
“So something better than a 'cohering' receiving was needed -- something that was self-recovering, like a human eye.”
“The walls were a millennium of current and eyeballs cohering in bone.”
“He was merely the structure of a man, the bones of a man, still cohering, stripped practically of all flesh and covered with a parchment-like skin.”
“A cohering unit that can make its way through the world.”
“And then there's the taste -- so many complex flavors and smells, and yet, when done right, cohering in something harmonious and even sublime.”
“If you notice that you're "getting stuck" in the middle, recognize that this "stuckness" is a function of your story's not cohering to your "idea of your story.”
“I think opinion is finally cohering around education being the answer – and thus why all the heated debate on reform, especially on the left (as we actually believe in social justice).”
“When seen on their own, these might seem like disconnected events, but I believe these incidents augur a larger trend of public creativity and entrepreneurial energy cohering around this issue.”
“This turmoil led to a fracturing of the movement, with a moderate Islamist leader -- Sharif Sheikh Ahmed -- taking over a transitional government, and the more radical elements cohering into AS.”
“Walker understood the change in mood: The consensus is cohering on a different basis than the consensus Lyndon Johnson had.”
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