adherent[ ad-heer-uhnt, -her- ]SEE DEFINITION OF adherent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADHERENT
She was the partisan on Tom's side, the adherent on her father's.
No adherent of the doctrine of necessity in morals can justify that attitude.
The veil is absent, or, if present, it is downy and adherent to the margin of the cap.
As she departed she turned and cast a black look at the Adherent.
If large, and specially if adherent, the neck alone should be cleared.
Flame the plugs and see that they are not adherent to the lips of the tubes.
Of my ever being an adherent of the Stuart family, I have no fears.
The instinctive sign is adherent, the intelligent sign is mobile.
One of the sepals in this flower was adherent to one of the lateral petals.
Consequently, one who was an adherent of the doctrine of Descent was also a Darwinian.