The electric waves are said to cause the filings to cohere—that is, to cling together more closely.
But some things do not at all cohere with what is otherwise known of Albert.
Then disintegration sets in, the social momentum is gradually relaxed, and society sinks back to a level at which it can cohere.
There must be no interval, that is, between the parts, or they will not cohere.
They must be made to cohere, and the way to do this he had found.
Milk will be necessary to mix it, and also a beaten egg to make it cohere.
This tube is called a coherer, because the filings in it cohere together.
Had it shaken the atoms of his young purpose too far astray for them ever to cohere again?
When the two cohere they establish the current of existence.
Nor has an idea to reckon only with facts: it has also to cohere with other ideas.