An example of cogent is the idea that climate change is caused by the actions of humans.
Origin of cogentClassical Latin cogens, present participle of cogere, to collect ; from co-, together + agere, to drive: see act
Origin of cogentLatin c&omacron;g&emacron;ns, c&omacron;gent-, present participle of c&omacron;gere, to force : co-, co- + agere, to drive; see ag- in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more cogent, superlative most cogent)
From Latin cōgēns, present active participle of cōgō (“drive together, compel”), from cō + agō (“drive”).
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