Thesaurus / cogent

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

We want our comments to be HEARD – not just tabulated by the City Clerk in what feels dismissive of the time and effort it has taken for us to be informed, formulate cogent responses, and respond in the 1,500 character-limit allotted in an e-Comment.
As he is a born and bred gentleman, there are cogent reasons why he should hold a respectable position among us.
THE FATAL CORDMAYNE REID
The Master was unimpeachable; His terse, cogent assertions were unanswerable.
JESUS THE CHRISTJAMES EDWARD TALMAGE
James was a verbose and ornate declaimer; Philip was a close, cogent reasoner, without any attempt at elegance or display.
Those who voted in it followed one or other of two trains of cogent reasoning; but the reasonings led to opposite conclusions.
None of the evidence given to the Commission was more direct and cogent.
The cogent logic of facts soon showed that, however good the anchors might be, their cables could not hold.
He perceived no reason for changing his convictions, but he did perceive many good and cogent reasons for not making them public.
They never removed their eyes from Mr. Granville, except to take notes of his pointed, cogent, unanswerable observations!
The essence of a lawful vow, is a lawful purpose, and the vow of which the end is wrong must not be regarded as cogent.

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