verb (used without object), co·hered, co·her·ing.
- cohen, morris raphael,
- coherence theory,
- coherent control,
- coherent light
Origin of cohere
Examples from the Web for cohere
Little or no moisture is present to cause its particles to cohere, and they are therefore readily lifted and drifted by the wind.The Elements of Geology|William Harmon Norton
They must be made to cohere, and the way to do this he had found.Pragmatism|D.L. Murray
These rounded grains often cohere and even become confluent.The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, Volume II (of II)|Charles Darwin
If the residual gold is broken up, move the crucible so as to bring the particles together, so that they may cohere.A Textbook of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.|Cornelius Beringer and John Jacob Beringer
It consists of several parts, which cohere so badly that we are obliged to assume plurality of authorship.