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cogent - vocabulary

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cogent - adjective

Incisive, analytical, convincing, believable because of a forcible and clear presentation.

[C]ider-apples furnish one of the most cogent arguments to prove that Providence had the production of alcoholic liquors directly in its eye.

—George Saintsbury “Beer and Cider” Modern Essays (1921)

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