Adhesion is defined as the act of agreement.(noun)
An example of adhesion is when a person follows the rules.
The definition of adhesion is the act of sticking to something, either literally or figuratively.(noun)
An example of an adhesion is a picture sticking to the wall where it is taped. An example of an adhesion is a person remaining true to his belief despite arguments.
See adhesion in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: Fr < L adhaesio < pp. of adhaerere: see adhere
See adhesion in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: French adhésion
Origin: , from Latin adhaesiō, adhaesiōn-
Origin: , from adhaesus
Origin: , past participle of adhaerēre, to adhere; see adhere.
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