Definition of Cohesions

1. Noun. (plural of cohesion) ¹



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Definition of Cohesions

1. cohesion [n] - See also: cohesion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cohesions

coherentism
coherentist
coherentists
coherently
coherer
coherers
coheres
cohering
coheritor
cohesibility
cohesible
cohesin
cohesins
cohesion
cohesionless
cohesions (current term)
cohesive
cohesive energy
cohesive force
cohesive gold
cohesively
cohesiveness
cohesivenesses
cohesure
cohibit
cohibited
cohibiting
cohibition
cohibits
coho

Literary usage of Cohesions

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1. The Principles of Psychology by Herbert Spencer (1906)
"No reasoning can give to these absolute cohesions in thought any better warrant; since all reasoning, being a process of testing cohesions, ..."

2. Works by Herbert Spencer (1910)
"No reasoning can give to these absolute cohesions in thought any better warrant; since all reasoning, being a process of testing cohesions, ..."

3. Works by Herbert Spencer (1910)
"No reasoning can give to these absolute cohesions in thought any better warrant; since all reasoning, being a process of testing cohesions, ..."

4. Essays: Moral, Political and æsthetic by Herbert Spencer (1882)
"No reasoning can give to these absolute cohesions in thought any better warrant; since all reasoning, being a process of testing cohesions, ..."

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