cohesion

[ koh-hee-zhuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF cohesion

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He may be described as confusing the attraction of gravitation with the attraction of cohesion.

The law of attraction and cohesion everywhere is the law of sex-activity.

The long wade through the water and mud had upset the cohesion of the Brigade.

There is "cohesion" between them, but it is less powerful than in a solid.

Then, the cohesion of wealth is not always an intelligent force.

The cohesion of wealth is a force of peculiar social significance.

Sad is the fate of a nation when the force of cohesion is weakened.

In these cases the tubular form may rather be due to dilatation than to cohesion.

Besides, they've no cohesion, no power, like the miners or railway men.

At length the cohesion of the mass was not sufficient to sustain its weight.

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