Cogency (noun)

The quality of being clear, logical, and convincing.


The word "cogency" comes from the latin "cogent" meaning "compelling".


  1. The cogency of his argument was undeniable.
  2. The lawyer"s cogency was key to convincing the jury of the defendant"s innocence.
  3. The professor's explanations had a cogency that made the material easy to understand.
  4. The speaker's cogency in the debate was remarkable, leaving the audience convinced of his position.
  5. The evidence presented had a great cogency and the judge had no doubts in the defendant's guilt.
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