Origin of coherent
Examples from the Web for coherently
Mr. Sheen clearly and coherently denied those allegations in his interview with the Today show Wednesday morning.
Thus the whole series of visual events which compose our experiment with the tuning-fork can be coherently explained.The Mind and the Brain|Alfred Binet
Mimo had not coherently given the address, on the telephone.The Reason Why|Elinor Glyn
She considered an instant, all coherently, and it might have added to Mr. Longdon's impression of her depth.The Awkward Age|Henry James
It all happened so suddenly that even Plume, who witnessed the entire incident, could not coherently explain it.An Apache Princess|Charles King
She could not think as yet coherently or connectedly; wherever she turned her thoughts, a flame flashed in her eyes.The Relentless City|Edward Frederic Benson
British Dictionary definitions for coherently
Word Origin and History for coherently
1550s, from Middle French cohérent (16c.), from Latin cohaerentem (nominative cohaerens), present participle of cohaerere "cohere," from com- "together" (see co-) + haerere "to stick" (see hesitation).