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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
The Bears look feistier and more cohesive on defense.
The three-product approach is meant to create a cohesive beauty story.
Trump doesn’t have cohesive enough a foreign-policy vision to point to obvious goals.
One of the elements of Levan’s success has been a cohesive team that has worked together through thick and thin.
Experience and research debunk the claim that uniformity among members is required for cohesive groups to form.
Rep. Mo Brooks is a member of the U.S. House Freedom Caucus, which was formed in 2015 and is considered a more cohesive -- and aggressive -- conservative wing of Congress.
Brewery patrons can order food directly from their bartender or server, making it a cohesive experience for the diners, Shadle says.
Dividing Jammu and Kashmir would end the pretence that lowland Hindus and highland Muslims form a cohesive whole, and give the distinct people of the Vale a clearer voice in their future.
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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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