Definition of cohesively in English:



See cohesive

‘Regions must agree to come together and act cohesively.’
  • ‘The idea is that local bands have direct access to the public and are working cohesively together to help each other out.’
  • ‘This and other reforms offer ‘a significant opportunity for Government to think cohesively about how we run local services and govern at a local level’.’
  • ‘I might not agree, but then I should argue my case clearly and cohesively if I disagree with an opinion.’
  • ‘When people leave one unit and move on to another they tend to fit together cohesively because everyone in the Army has been through the same training.’