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See also: cohésive
- cohæsive (obsolete, rare)
- (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /kəʊˈhiː.sɪv/
- (General American) IPA(key): /koʊˈhiː.sɪv/
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- Having cohesion.
- 2014 November 14, Stephen Halliday, “Scotland 1-0 Republic of Ireland: Maloney the hero”, in The Scotsman:
- Maloney’s moment of magic ensured they did not. For Scotland, who produced the best of what cohesive football there was on the night, it was a merited outcome.
- 2017 April 13, Molly Worthen, “The Evangelical Roots of Our Post-Truth Society”, in The New York Times, →ISSN:
- “It was presented as a cohesive worldview that you could maintain if you studied the Bible,” she told me. “Part of that was that climate change isn’t real, that evolution is a myth made up by scientists who hate God, and capitalism is God’s ideal for society.”
cohesive (plural cohesives)
- A substance that provides cohesion
- (linguistics) A device used to establish cohesion within a text
- 1988, Michael R. Walrod, Normative Discourse and Persuasion: An Analysis of Gaʹdang ...:
- The fourth of this group of cohesives is the anaphoric, same UT.