Unfortunately, Vermeulen lacked an air of cogency, most likely due to nerves, and was not as convincing.
Burke would have agreed entirely, and admired the cogency of so few words.
I have attended a few of his talks, which are blessed with cogency, wit, and deeply researched and clearly presented arguments.
For the cogency of the proof in every instance depended upon the absence of explanation.
“You expect a cogency of conduct not usual in women,” said Marlow.
In either case the cogency of the proof which establishes the conclusion is impaired and ceases to be unconditional.
(p. 044) There is a cogency in your argument that I have seldom met with.
Pauline at first marked its cogency, and then observed this gradually dissolve.
Southampton, Sandys, and Ferrar answered with strength and cogency.
They gave a cogency to the Article, which had escaped me at first.