- 1[intransitive] cohere (with something) (of different ideas, arguments, sentences, etc.) to have a clear logical connection so that together they make a whole This view does not cohere with their other beliefs. The various sections of the report fail to cohere into a satisfactory whole.
- 2[intransitive] (of people) to work closely together It can be difficult to get a group of people to cohere.
NAmE//koʊˈhɪr//(formal)Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they cohere
he / she / it coheres
past simple cohered
-ing form cohering