Definition of Cogences

1. cogence [n] - See also: cogence



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cogences

cofractionated
coframe
coft
cofunction
cofunctions
cofunctor
cofunctors
cog
cog railway
cog wheel
cog wheels
cogebra
cogebras
cogen
cogence
cogences (current term)
cogencies
cogency
cogener
cogenerate
cogenerated
cogenerates
cogenerating
cogeneration
cogenerations
cogenerator
cogenerators
cogeneric
cogeners
cogenesis

Literary usage of Cogences

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1. History of the American Civil War by John William Draper (1868)
"Bragg now commenced carrying out his orders for re- Bragg cogences organizing Kentucky on Confederate prin- ..."

2. A System of surgery: theoretical and practical v.5 by Timothy Holmes (1871)
"(A) But there are other considerations, as the immediate wants and cogences, the absolute necessities indeed of the poor, which must here be pr»r:•! ..."

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