Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Cogency.

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Examples

  • The word cogence is used to express that fervent erudition and virtuosity of the Rhunes.

    Marune: Alastor 933

  • I'll drive them hard, teach them how to write with cohesion, cogence, logos.

    Brock Cohen: A Promise to the Students of an Uncool Teacher

  • Hoary beams supported a ceiling almost invisible by reason of height and dimness; the walls, which were faced with carved stone plaques - again the product of someone's cogence - showed a thickness of five feet where the four tall windows opened to a view of the northern mountains.

    Marune: Alastor 933

  • In each stood a massive urn three feet tall carved from black brown porphyry: the product of a cogence.

    Marune: Alastor 933

  • It also implies that other individuals who are willing to engage in a similar process can judge the coherence and cogence of your reasoning.

    The Guardian World News

  • CNN's Wolf Blitzer will present fabulous analysis of the brilliance and cogence of the question asked by a CNN reporter.

    CNN Political Ticker

  • (To get a sense of O'Leary's cogence in years past, read his brilliant rebuttal to the Baker-Hamilton report on Iraq.)

    Pajamas Media

  • CNN's Wolf Blitzer will present fabulous analysis of the brilliance and cogence of the question asked by a CNN reporter.

    CNN Political Ticker

  • CNN's Wolf Blitzer will present fabulous analysis of the brilliance and cogence of the question asked by a CNN reporter.

    CNN Political Ticker

  • Also, I wonder whether Nature’s initial enthusiasm PaulM #39 was tempered not from bullying but from Nature’s own chagrin at discovering the cogence of the opposition to the Hockey Stick.

    Nature Blog Withdraws Invitation « Climate Audit

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