But the last term of the definition is still more cogent, as coupled with the first.
And by the soundest commentators this has ever been held a cogent argument in such matters.
This is a cogent vice thou hast here, carpenter; let me feel its grip once.
The anatomical fact of this labyrinth is indisputable; and that the supposition founded upon it is reasonable and true, seems the more cogent to me, when I consider the otherwise inexplicable obstinacy of that leviathan in HAVING HIS SPOUTINGS OUT, as the fishermen phrase it.
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It is difficult to decide because both sides offer cogent arguments.
He makes a cogent argument, but the premises are flawed.