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coherent
used in 1776

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Definition
sensible and clear; or describing parts as fitting together in a consistent or pleasing manner
  • Washington, who had had little or no sleep, sent off a brief, somewhat incoherent report to Congress at four-thirty in the morning, saying his people were much "distressed."
    p. 184.4

There are no more uses of "coherent" in 1776.

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