It is somewhere, he cogently reflected and, taking a pencil, set to work.
He reasons, too, clearly and cogently; and writes in a limpid and flowing style.
Now he could show her how cogently and comprehensively he could answer a logical question.
The reasons that prevailed against attempting Mitchel's rescue, Doheny cogently states.
This theory is most cogently presented by Mr. Tylor, and is confirmed by examples chosen from his wide range of reading.
It was something else, standing here in the red gloaming—some foreign entity, cogently reasoning, swiftly acting.
Might we not as cogently argue that no martyrdoms took place then, because no martyrdoms take place now?
He put the case most cogently in a letter to the business men of New Orleans, which was widely published.
Does he not see how cogently he might be asked, whether it be the character of nullification to practise what it preaches?
In particular, so far as any question of heredity is concerned, all these facts are as assuredly as they are cogently relevant.