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- adv. In a cogent manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a cogent manner; forcibly; convincingly; conclusively.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a cogent manner.
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When a student is able to explain cogently why she is taking a position ...
Not only are the timbre and melody off -- he was always wild -- but he also doesn't phrase cogently, and the songs just hit the dirt.
He cogently explained to the doctor that either he was awake and in great pain or he was drugged into unconsciousness.
Every society needs its intellectuals and academics, if only to present something to argue cogently against, if nothing else!
And a delightfully staged confrontation between the Pastor and the king, in which a diaphanous scrim separates the king and his world of order from the Pastor and his chorus of followers, frames the thematic stakes cogently from the outset.
Anne Neal cogently states the fundamental problem confronting the U.S. Our schools at every level are more interested in promoting goals that have nothing to do with basic education.
Ehrenreich argues cogently that the emerging field of “positive psychology” is based heavily on bad or no science.
My job is not to brainwash them, but rather to teach them to read critically, write and speak more cogently, learn how to listen.
They may even get the kind of kick out of the mannerisms that Daisey's New York Times op-ed piece -- which cogently made the same points as his Public Theater chat -- doesn't and can't convey.
In the mid-1990s Cheney was cogently defending the 1991 decision not to roll on to Baghdad on the grounds that a whole bunch of bad thing were likely to have happened, exactly the bad things that did in fact happen after the conquest of Baghdad in 2003.