coherent[ koh-heer-uh nt, -her- ]SEE DEFINITION OF coherent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COHERENT
His conversation for a moment or two was also coherent and timely.
Of course the conversation in Platitudes must be connected and coherent.
He tried to speak, but what he said was not coherent nor particularly intelligible.
She tried to speak, but her words were hardly audible or coherent.
But her brain was too numbed for reasoning and for coherent thought.
There was no keeping Leavitt to a coherent narrative about the missing Farquharson.
Scientific knowledge should form a coherent and related whole.
Those about Eulenspiegel were first reduced to a coherent narrative in 1519.
Here she had her first coherent thought: So that was why his chambers had been empty!
His Captain's danger was the one coherent thought in his mind.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COHERENT
- holding together
- holding water
- most likely