cogency[ koh-juh n-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF cogency
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Here, again, we have no desire to question the cogency of the argument.
“You expect a cogency of conduct not usual in women,” said Marlow.
They gave a cogency to the Article, which had escaped me at first.
(p. 044) There is a cogency in your argument that I have seldom met with.
Southampton, Sandys, and Ferrar answered with strength and cogency.
To them that picture of Somerset had all the cogency of direct vision.
It must be read and studied to appreciate its beauty, scope, and cogency.
Last of all, it may be well to stop a moment to show the cogency of this evidence.
Belief has nothing to do with the cogency or worth of an argument.
Mike admitted the cogency of the objection, and they agreed to be off.