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cohere

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From the Latin cohaereō (I cohere”, “I cling (closely) together”, “I harmonise”, “I am consistent (with)”, “I am in agreement with).

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cohere (third-person singular simple present coheres, present participle cohering, simple past and past participle cohered)

  1. To stick together physically, by adhesion or figuratively by common purpose.
    Separate molecules will cohere because of electromagnetic force.
  2. To be consistent as part of a group.
    Members of the party would cohere in the message they were sending.

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cohērē

  1. second-person singular present active imperative of cohēreō