Coherence [noun]

Definition of Coherence:


Opposite/Antonyms of Coherence:

Sentence/Example of Coherence:

Their devices are designed to easily connect with one another, creating cohesion and coherence in the home, from wireless security systems to robot vacuums and light bulbs.

Since then, multiple studies observed the same coherence in our neurons when we connect with other people—for example, when making eye contact, conversations, or collective decisions.

Philadelphia’s offense frequently lacks coherence and uses personnel in odd ways.

The most successful food pairings strike a carefully measured balance between complexity and coherence.

They found that background radiation from cosmic rays and more prosaic sources like trace elements in concrete walls is enough to put a hard four-millisecond limit on the coherence time of superconducting qubits.

A few unimportant elisions have been made for the sake of brevity and coherence.

In arranging the materials of a story, the main considerations are Mass and Coherence.

Coherence demands that events closely related shall stand close together: that an effect shall immediately follow its cause.

The arrangement depends on the principles that guided in narration, Mass and Coherence.

Though the same principles of Coherence and Mass guide, they are more difficult to apply.