Definition of cogently in English:

cogently

adverb

  • See cogent

    • ‘Although aware that the next budget will be an election one, the economists argue strongly and cogently for a fiscal tightening of about 0.5% of GDP.’
    • ‘If you're going to defend the program, this is what you've really got to defend, because this is what scholars most commonly and cogently criticize.’
    • ‘The author cogently notes that these aims are contradictory - sympathy tends to unify the public; criticism divides it.’
    • ‘As he has cogently argued, there are also strong voices in the administration urging military action.’
    • ‘The activist has cogently pointed out anti-democratic aspects of corporate power and government operations for almost half a century.’

Pronunciation

cogently

/ˈkəʊdʒəntli/