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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
Last year in Toronto, Casey shaped a young group of players with similar expectations into a formidable and cohesive second unit, arguably the best in the league.
Orlando City’s attack looked more cohesive in the second half, but that could just have been because Montreal decided to sit back and enjoy it’s 2-0 lead after centerback Amro Tarek’s own goal.
There are extensive regulatory and safety issues at play to get all of these different ways of getting around to work together in a more cohesive manner.
Like 2008’s Iron Man, The Long Night was an experiment in finding an audience and setting the stage for a larger, more cohesive story.
Once again, James is up against a team that was better throughout the regular season and that has far more options, far more youth and a far more cohesive strategy on defense.
Evangelicalism, never entirely cohesive, is now a house fragmented.
The offseason organized team activities and subsequent minicamp have given the quartet their first chances to accustom themselves with one another and begin to build a cohesive connection.
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COHESIVE Defined for English Language Learners
: closely united
: causing people to be closely united
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