I regret to inform you that the daily word has become the three days' word. I am pressed for time at the moment, due to exams and all the rest of it.
Pronunciation: /kəʊgɘnt/ /kəʊdʒɘnt/
Etymology: direct borrowing from LATIN.
Definition: Powerfully persuasive and based on evidence.
‘A most cogent argument, but an incorrect one all the same.’
‘It is the necessary attribute for all good lawyers: cogent argumentation.’
‘Some may deem it cogent; I call it fallaciloquence.’
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