Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a cohesive manner; with cohesion.
- adv. In a cohesive manner
- cohesive + -ly (Wiktionary)
“As in nature, each piece has its own unique qualities, although the finished logs are cohesively tied together by three independent industrial elements: safety-orange tube, orange colored upholstery and a smoky copper-tinted mirror.”
“Players who inspire their teammates to play better and more cohesively don't always have the flashiest stats, either.”
“I wanted The Crazies to be one that exists in a world that [sic], although not perfect, was one that was at peace, and one which was containable and one which can have an identity in the movie that can be summed up quickly and simply and cohesively.”
“As International Cricket Council Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat pointed out last week, Test cricket has never been marketed as aggressively or cohesively as ODIs and T20s.”
“The story could have fallen off a cliff with all the character subplots going on, each playing into the main story arc, but things play out quite cohesively with just about everything making sense and not disturbing my suspension of disbelief.”
“I did love his Man of Steel miniseries that rebooted Supes after Crisis but all Byrne really did there was take a bunch of pieces of already established character mythos from various incarnations and fit them together a little more cohesively.”
“SINGAPORE—Asian economies need to create regional channels for macroeconomic policy coordination to improve awareness and make it easier to respond cohesively in times of crisis, the Asian Development Bank's chief economist said.”
“This is the plot of the film and in its "Hoosiers" like way it presents the facts as cohesively and dynamically as possible.”
“No doubt, out of solidarity, the party will move forward cohesively in the short term, but eventually, the questions will come.”
“So does a high-brow filmmaker like Aronofsky cohesively mesh with such low-rent entertainment?”
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