Definition of cogent
1. Reasonable and convincing; based on evidence.
3. Forcefully persuasive.
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But another viewpoint is cogent.
I still do not entirely approve, Sir Sparhawk, but your argument is most cogent.
Her work, in the most difficult circumstances, is a cogent reminder to the world of the problems that Algeria faces.
I do not usually bother congratulating people but I think she has produced a very cogent report and deserves our thanks.
If they did, I am sure they may have done so because they felt that there were good and cogent reasons for doing so.
So I give my full support to this important and cogent report.
The rapporteur himself, in a cogent phrase, defined the situation in Europe as the unity of diversities.
There is no cogent reason for any additional delay.
The report of Mr Perez Royo makes a cogent and convincing case for the introduction of the single currency.
We need cogent, slimmed-down regulation, not costly duplication.