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Examples of cohesive in a Sentence
Their tribe is a small but cohesive group.
Religion can be used as a cohesive social force.
Recent Examples of cohesive from the Web
Breaking free of the cohesive Duke offense, Duval showed NBA-level ability.
Some never find a structure that turns their raw talent into something cohesive.
Meek Mill, Pusha T, the concept of having cohesive tattoos.
The path forward for Republicans on immigration is unclear, with no cohesive approach to the matter just a few months out from midterm elections.
Only two writers from season 5 were hired back for season 6, hopefully resulting in a more narratively cohesive season than the last.
All of the strugglers, themselves included, needed to stop trying to homer their way out of it and start being part of a productive, cohesive offense.
These things do not help, but the uncomfortable truth is that in low-turnout electoral politics, a smaller, cohesive, motivated group can go on outvoting a larger, disparate, apathetic group for a long time.
But nothing about this year’s BETX feels cohesive or offers any particular narrative at a time when R&B and hip-hop have permeated so much of the culture.
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COHESIVE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cohesive for English Language Learners
: closely united
: causing people to be closely united
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