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Cohere vs Cleave - What's the difference?

cohere | cleave | Synonyms |

Cohere is a synonym of cleave.


As verbs the difference between cohere and cleave

is that cohere is to stick together physically, by adhesion or figuratively by common purpose while cleave is to split or sever something with, or as if with, a sharp instrument or cleave can be to cling, adhere or stick fast to something; used with to or unto.

As a noun cleave is

(technology) flat, smooth surface produced by cleavage, or any similar surface produced by similar techniques, as in glass.

Cohere vs Consistent - What's the difference?

cohere | consistent | Synonyms |

Cohere is a synonym of consistent.


As a verb cohere

is to stick together physically, by adhesion or figuratively by common purpose.

As an adjective consistent is

of a regularly occurring, dependable nature.

As a noun consistent is

(in the plural|rare) objects or facts that are coexistent, or in agreement with one another.

Unified vs Cohere - What's the difference?

unified | cohere |


As verbs the difference between unified and cohere

is that unified is (unify) while cohere is to stick together physically, by adhesion or figuratively by common purpose.

As an adjective unified

is united into a whole.

Cohere vs Bound - What's the difference?

cohere | bound |


As verbs the difference between cohere and bound

is that cohere is to stick together physically, by adhesion or figuratively by common purpose while bound is (bind) or bound can be to surround a territory or other geographical entity or bound can be to leap, move by jumping.

As an adjective bound is

(with infinitive) obliged (to) or bound can be (obsolete) ready, prepared.

As a noun bound is

(often|used in plural) a boundary, the border which one must cross in order to enter or leave a territory or bound can be a sizeable jump, great leap.

Incorporate vs Cohere - What's the difference?

incorporate | cohere |


As verbs the difference between incorporate and cohere

is that incorporate is to include (something) as a part while cohere is to stick together physically, by adhesion or figuratively by common purpose.

As an adjective incorporate

is (obsolete) corporate; incorporated; made one body, or united in one body; associated; mixed together; combined; embodied.

Cohere vs Condense - What's the difference?

cohere | condense |


As verbs the difference between cohere and condense

is that cohere is to stick together physically, by adhesion or figuratively by common purpose while condense is .

As an adjective condense is

condensed.

Cohere vs Abide - What's the difference?

cohere | abide |


As verbs the difference between cohere and abide

is that cohere is to stick together physically, by adhesion or figuratively by common purpose while abide is .

Match vs Cohere - What's the difference?

match | cohere |


As a noun match

is match.

As a verb cohere is

to stick together physically, by adhesion or figuratively by common purpose.

Cohere vs Cohere - What's the difference?

cohere | cohere |


As verbs the difference between cohere and cohere

is that cohere is to stick together physically, by adhesion or figuratively by common purpose while cohere is to stick together physically, by adhesion or figuratively by common purpose.

Cohere vs Cohesion - What's the difference?

cohere | cohesion |


As a verb cohere

is to stick together physically, by adhesion or figuratively by common purpose.

As a noun cohesion is

cohesion (the state of cohering, or of sticking together).

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