Adherence ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Adherence ( noun )

  1. The act or quality of adhering; close attachment or loyalty.
  2. Compliance with or obedience to a particular set of rules, principles, or codes of conduct.

Origin:

Late 16th century (in the sense "the quality of adhering"): from french adhérence, from adhérer "stick to", from latin adhaerere.

Examples:

  1. Adherence to the law is essential for a peaceful society.
  2. She demonstrated her adherence to the party by attending every meeting.
  3. His adherence to his beliefs was unshakable.
  4. The scientist monitored the adherence of the cells to the plate.
  5. Adherence to the doctor's orders is crucial for a speedy recovery.

(As a verb)

Adherence ( verb )

  1. The act or quality of adhering; close attachment or loyalty.
  2. Compliance with or obedience to a particular set of rules, principles, or codes of conduct.

Origin:

Late 16th century (in the sense "the quality of adhering"): from french adhérence, from adhérer "stick to", from latin adhaerere.

Examples:

  1. Adherence to the law is essential for a peaceful society.
  2. She demonstrated her adherence to the party by attending every meeting.
  3. His adherence to his beliefs was unshakable.
  4. The scientist monitored the adherence of the cells to the plate.
  5. Adherence to the doctor's orders is crucial for a speedy recovery.
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