Synonyms of 'cohere'
to be logically connected or consistentThis article fails to cohere as a single work.
be logical, ,
His second statement agrees with the facts.
His dreams did not square with reality.
The two maps of London correspond closely.
The music had to harmonize with the seasons.
to hold or stick firmly together
They have agreed to unite their efforts to bring peace.
Combine the flour with water to make a paste.
Her tale combines a strong storyline with sly humour.
bind, , ,
Bind the ends of the card together with thread.
The chemicals fused to form a new compound.
Cities, if unrestricted, tend to coalesce into bigger and bigger conurbations.
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in the sense of agree
to be consistentHis second statement agrees with the facts.
in the sense of bind
to make secure, such as with a ropeBind the ends of the card together with thread.
in the sense of coalesce
to unite or come together in one body or massCities, if unrestricted, tend to coalesce into bigger and bigger conurbations.
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