coherence

Part of speech: noun

Conjunction; consistency; agreement. coherency.

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Usage examples "coherence":

  1. There is also one torn away at the end of the narrative, though none of these affect the general coherence of the story. - "Danger! and Other Stories", Arthur Conan Doyle.
  2. The youth had about as little vanity as could well consist with individual coherence; if he was vain at all, it was neither of his intellectual nor personal endowments, but of the few tunes he could play on his grandfather's pipes. - "Malcolm", George MacDonald.
  3. There were long, poignant pauses between his sentences as he seemed to strive for coherence. - "The Last Shot", Frederick Palmer.