noun pl. co·her·en·cies
Variant of coherence
- the act or condition of cohering; cohesion
- the quality of being logically integrated, consistent, and intelligible; congruity: his story lacked coherence
- Physics that property of a set of waves or sources of waves in which the oscillations maintain a fixed relationship to each other
Origin: Fr < L cohaerentia < cohaerens, prp. of cohere
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