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cohesive Line breaks: co|he¦sive
Pronunciation: /kəʊˈhiːsɪv/

Definition of cohesive in English:


Characterized by or causing cohesion: each parish was formerly a cohesive unit family life can be a cohesive force in society
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  • Today I got a real sense that we were beginning to become a cohesive unit, looking out for each other.
  • The half back line took a while to get into the game but when they did, they looked a cohesive unit.
  • All that experience rolled into one cohesive unit would be a force to be reckoned with.


Example sentences
  • Regions must agree to come together and act cohesively.
  • The idea is that local bands have direct access to the public and are working cohesively together to help each other out.
  • This and other reforms offer ‘a significant opportunity for Government to think cohesively about how we run local services and govern at a local level’.

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