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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
Speaking after practice Wednesday afternoon, the second-year coach said goals will come as the team with an almost entirely new attack gets more comfortable and cohesive.
Yet the question remains as to whether Hamas can continue to function in a cohesive and organized manner in the face of potentially severe repression.
However, much repair and attention were needed to make these elements cohesive.
Taken alongside the movie’s cultural oversights and reinterpretations, this conclusion is just another instance of Isle of Dogs using Japan as a way to normalize outlandishness, thus creating the illusion of a cohesive story.
The parties themselves have become much more ideologically cohesive, much less likely to be composed of ideological diversity or dissent.
Chang’s prose reads more like a stream-of-consciousness recounting of events than a cohesive story.
The cohesive, expressively drawn book, which Sanchez crowdfunded and self-published last year, has a surprisingly optimistic tone considering its exploration of difficult circumstances and homelessness.
And as tech companies continue to jockey for market share on streets and sidewalks, local governments need to lead on critical issues—including congestion, pedestrian safety, infrastructure funding—with a cohesive agenda that favors the public good.
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COHESIVE Defined for English Language Learners
: closely united
: causing people to be closely united
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