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cohesiveness

[ koh-hee-siv-nis ]
/ koʊˈhi sɪv nɪs /
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noun

the quality of sticking together, or of causing things to stick together:The binding material of the floor mosaic had lost its cohesiveness and many of the pebbles were loose.
the quality of being structured or organized in a unified way, with close or strong internal connections between people, ideas, or other elements:These four dancers haven't worked with each other for very long, so it’s a challenge to find cohesiveness in their performance.

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Origin of cohesiveness

non·co·he·sive·ness, nounun·co·he·sive·ness, noun
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