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cohesion (koh HEE zhuhn) (s) (noun), cohesions (pl)
1. The action, or a condition, of uniting together: A social group, a chemical mixture, etc. are parts that make up a unified cohesion by holding together firmly or existing together without conflict.

If people want to maintain their cohesion, then they must not let minor differences of opinions interfere with their major objectives.

A written story whose facts all make sense and fit together has cohesion.

2. Particles of the same substance sticking together: Cake batter usually has cohesion because all of the ingredients are mixed together and cannot be separated again!.

Tar as a substance has cohesion and so does glue.

An act of uniting or sticking together and united as a group.
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