English words and Examples of Usage
use "cognate" in a sentence
Each cognate group has some enterprise
s that receive a subsidy and some surplus units.
Though this may seem to be a cognate, showing that English is gene
to the Polynesian languages, it is not, as the similarity is due to borrowing from Tongan into
powerful, vengeful witch.
David Wootton, for instance, argues that throughout history the meanings of the term republicanism have been so diverse, and at times contradictory, that the term is all but meaningless and any attempt to build a cogent
ideology based around it will fail.
In the mid-1760s Chesterfield offered a cogent
critique of the Stamp Act passed by Grenville's parliament.
His work has concerned the classic texts of Judaism and how they form a cogent
statement of a religious system. collected
by Tarbell into a cogent
history, they became a damning portrayal of big business.
This book and the movie are among the most cogent
examples of the lawyers' dance.
Other critics panned the screenplay as "dumbly, numbly entertaining pastiche" and "a strained struggle for cogent
characters and a coherent story line", but praised the production for its sound, visual effects, music, and make-up.
It presented a cogent
argument for the limits of industrial growth.
So scholarly and so cogent
was his reasoning that men like Dr. Rajendra Prasad felt compelled to join issues with him in his books, (Pakistan(Bombay and Calcutta, September 1940), p 34; see also his book "India Divided” page 180-181).
But, as I mentioned above, there could be a cogent
psychological reason that Ernest Jones, his official biographer and fellow analyst, claimed to find.
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