Cohesive ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Cohesive ( adjective )

  1. United or sticking together firmly.
  2. Having internal unity and consistency.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin cohaes- "stuck together", from the verb cohaerere, from co- "together" + haerere "stick".

Examples:

  1. The cohesive team worked well together to complete the project.
  2. The company culture is very cohesive, everyone works towards a common goal.
  3. The author creates a cohesive narrative that keeps the reader engaged.
  4. A cohesive plan was necessary to achieve the desired outcome.
  5. The cohesive mixture was easy to mold and held its shape.

(As a noun)

Cohesive ( noun )

  1. United or sticking together firmly.
  2. Having internal unity and consistency.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin cohaes- "stuck together", from the verb cohaerere, from co- "together" + haerere "stick".

Examples:

  1. The cohesive team worked well together to complete the project.
  2. The company culture is very cohesive, everyone works towards a common goal.
  3. The author creates a cohesive narrative that keeps the reader engaged.
  4. A cohesive plan was necessary to achieve the desired outcome.
  5. The cohesive mixture was easy to mold and held its shape.
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