Origin of adherence
Examples from the Web for adherence
There is reference after reference to the “black community,” “black worth ethic,” and adherence to the “black value system.”Reverend Jeremiah Wright Was Worse Than Scalise
January 2, 2015
Some publications have claimed that Bulletproof Stockings hold women-only concerts in adherence with kol isha.The Sisterhood of Bulletproof Stockings: It’s Ladies’ Night for Hasidic Rockers
September 30, 2014
The next conference will be held in Washington, DC—not exactly a place known for its adherence to the Bible—on November 6-8, 2014.Meet the Young, Evangelical, Pro-Gay Movement
September 21, 2014
President Obama told Ukrainians “neither the United States nor Europe are perfect in adherence to our ideals.”President Obama’s Belgian Waffle
March 27, 2014
Diana says my most distinctive habit is my adherence to routine.Larry McMurtry: How I Write
April 24, 2013
The reservations placed upon our adherence should not be misinterpreted.
So merrily he went to work, forgetting everything in his adherence to habit.Welsh Fairy Tales
William Elliott Griffis
With the result that his arrest was ordered, and thereupon he confessed his adherence to the Crown.Ponteach
Jeter wondered whether their adherence to Sitsumi were voluntary or forced.Lords of the Stratosphere
Arthur J. Burks
Truth is adherence to facts in whatever section of the world.Sex=The Unknown Quantity
Word Origin and History for adherence
mid-15c., "attachment to a person, support," from Middle French adhérence, from Latin adhaerentia, noun of action from adhaerentem (nominative adhaerens), present participle of adhaerare (see adherent).
- The extent to which the patient continues the agreed-upon mode of treatment under limited supervision when faced with conflicting demands, as distinguished from compliance or maintenance.