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cohere

verb [I] uk   /kəʊˈhɪər/ us    /koʊˈhɪr/ formal
If an argument or theory coheres, all the different stages fit together to form a reasonable whole. to unite or to hold together as a unit: His vision is of a world that coheres through human connection rather than rules.
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