The senator was, even more than usual, passionate, cogent, and earnest in his criticisms.
The author makes a cogent argument as to why women should consider the long-term repercussions of being on the pill.
Suffice it to say there was not a lot of cogent discussion of immigration policy.
The book is only 192 pages, but crammed with cogent thoughts about our present fix and what to do about it.
He ended with some cogent and compelling logic born of a desire not for revenge, but simple justice.
The Master was unimpeachable; His terse, cogent assertions were unanswerable.
That's the most cogent thought you ever had, but setting the date is the bride's business.
Did Plautus himself suffer from any illusion that his plays were constructed with cogent and consummate technique?
The style is very felicitous, and the reasoning clear and cogent.
He not only bids us enjoy life, but gives us cogent reasons for enjoying it.