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  • The second album is considered a much more coherent example of the band's sound.
  • It is considered more important that the group stay together as a coherent formation.
  • Complex as that history might be there was a need to come up with a coherent story.
  • If the incident light is coherent, these sources all have the same phase.
  • They stop coherent speech, but do little to silence a person.
  • Poetry and other rhyme-based writing thus becomes less coherent than the original reading must have been.
  • He had sought, over his writing career, to develop a coherent theory of literary composition.
  • What they have produced is a perfectly serious document that makes a coherent case.
  • This causes some problems as many illustrations were not always coherent within a single story.
  • Cells are coherent if they can reach each other via nearest neighbor relations.
  • Moreover, the film was constructed so that it could not be cut and still be coherent.
  • Simple individual rules or actions can result in coherent group behavior.
  • By this method, he produced the first coherent picture of Roman Britain.
  • Such division brings into question whether its members reflect a coherent "school" of thought.
  • It has been stated that a text coheres only if the world around is also coherent.
  • Their leader inspired them with his own resolute determination and bound them into one coherent body.
  • The words often come from the sound of the music and eventually evolve into coherent thoughts.
  • Time is coherent, because God consistently acts according to his own character.
  • More clearly present, perhaps, than in a completely coherent work.
  • They are, according to his own claims, his first compositions consisting of a coherent personal style.
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Words starting with coherent

Meaning of coherent

  • adjective Marked by an orderly, logical, and aesthetically consistent relation of parts
    a coherent argument
  • adjective (physics) of waves having a constant phase relation