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Synonyms for cogent

serving to convince

based on good judgment, reasoning, or evidence

Synonyms for cogent

powerfully persuasive

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McLaren argues quite cogently that, by the end of I Wonder as I Wander, Hughes the journalist and professional writer has become "a citizen of the world and knowledgeable in global politics" and thus is ready to "return home to Harlem to answer through writing his era's questions of identity, race, and culture, which had their parallels in the places he had traversed.
Jurors are accustomed to watching a medium that presents stories cogently and in order.
Ulinka Rublack continues the theme of turmoil by analyzing a case of infanticide which turned into a four-month local upheaval, cogently relating it to the wider historical concept of state formation and sexual morality.
And there weren't more than a handful of sportswriters who could write cogently about it.
Barry Miller, well acquainted himself with analytic philosophy, shows cogently that all such objections are based on flawed presuppositions, such as that all real predicates signify a property that inheres in a pre-existing subject, which cannot be true of "exists.
Bittlingmayer cogently argues that antitrust is corrupted by special interests, was never a legitimate response to "textbook monopoly," and that the empirical case for antitrust "remains weak.
In addition, it cannot be argued cogently that M was in constructive receipt of the assets represented by the transaction.
This is a calm and cogently argued appraisal of the reactions to the terrorist attacks of September, 2001.
Lacking: faunal/floral study) The study cogently argues for a 150-year occupation with a foundation ca.
After candidates pass through the wringer, are their blemishes and strengths more cogently revealed for a better hiring decision?
The essays cogently uncover the social, political, and economic processes that led to the eruption of the second intifada, corroborating Brazilian educator Paulo Freire's famous claim that "never in history has violence been initiated by the oppressed.
There follow cogently conceived chapters on selection of victims, motives for `ritual murder', and `the sacrificers'.
To be relevant, communication must be linked cogently to organizational goals and individual employee objectives.
And in the new Broadway revival, which features a freshly commissioned adaptation by American playwright Richard Greenberg (best known for his Reagan-era play Eastern Standard), director Sean Mathias utterly fails to find a production style that allows the various pieces of the play to coexist cogently.
Application, extension, and transference are indirectly, but cogently, related to dialog since they require cooperation, risk taking, trust, acceptance, and tolerance with others as does dialog.