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How to use cogent in a sentence
Indeed, Princeton economist Uwe Reinhardt has argued cogently against physician salary reductions and for salary raises.
Reihan Salam cogently argues federalism is on the wrong path due to powerful incentives tied to federal funding.
“In certain respects, the so-called soft social sciences deal with the hardest problems,” he notes cogently.
The thumbs-up, thumbs-down nature of politics and media impedes our collective ability to cogently address what is going on.Jobs Report Shows Unemployment Steady, but There’s Underlying Trouble|Zachary Karabell|March 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Does he not see how cogently he might be asked, whether it be the character of nullification to practise what it preaches?Select Speeches of Daniel Webster|Daniel Webster
The reasons that prevailed against attempting Mitchel's rescue, Doheny cogently states.The Felon's Track|Michael Doheny
In this article, the writer cogently argues the claims of these new phenomena upon the attention of scientific men.The Salem witchcraft, The planchette mystery, and Modern spiritualism|Harriet Beecher Stowe
He wrote a good, clear, serviceable hand; he could talk well and reason cogently.A Short Life of Abraham Lincoln|John G. Nicolay
It is impossible to express more cogently the whole tragedy of the dying sensualist.Modernities|Horace Barnett Samuel