Definition of Coinhering

1. Verb. (present participle of coinhere) ¹



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Definition of Coinhering

1. coinhere [v] - See also: coinhere

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coinhering

coinfects
coinfer
coinferred
coinferring
coinfers
coinflipping
coinhabit
coinhabitant
coinhabitants
coinhabited
coinhabiting
coinhabits
coinhere
coinhered
coinheres
coinhering (current term)
coinheritance
coinheritances
coinherited
coinheritor
coinheritors
coinhibitory
coining
coinings
coinitial
coinjected
coinkidink
coinkidinks
coinkydink
coinkydinks

Literary usage of Coinhering

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1. Reason, Thought, and Language; Or, The Many and the One: A Revised System of by Douglas Macleane (1906)
"... the conceptual combination of a negated idea with another element (eg unfriendly act) does not imply the impossibility of their coinhering, but only the ..."

2. The Age of the Fathers: Being Chapters in the History of the Church During by William Bright (1903)
"... and deacons; thereupon the Council framed a synodal letter to the Easterns, enforcing " the co-essentiality of the Trinity of Persons coinhering in each ..."

3. A System of Logic, Ratiocinative and Inductive: Being a Connected View of by John Stuart Mill (1906)
"An animal, resides having parts situated in place, ins coinhering functions in the same «iris, exerted by the very same masses and molecules of its ..."

4. Logic, Deductive and Inductive by Carveth Read (1898)
"... for it is by resemblance of coinhering attributes that things form classes : the relation of succession, in the mode of causation, is the chief subject ..."

5. Elements of Inductive Logic by Noah Knowles Davis (1895)
"In natural kinds are found many coinhering attributes which are cases of uniform coexistence, and so reducible to law; as, All animals have a nervous ..."

6. Inductive Logic by John Grier Hibben (1896)
"Moreover, laws which are but general descriptions of correlated events have the same force as the descriptions of coinhering attributes of substances. ..."

7. The Riddle of the Universe: Being an Attempt to Determine the First by Edward Douglas Fawcett (1893)
""If a body gravitates, it is also inert," gravity and inertia being coinhering attributes. And, looking further, we shall discover that the difference ..."

8. Logic, Deductive and Inductive by John Grier Hibben (1905)
"Moreover, laws which are but general descriptions of correlated events have the same force as the descriptions of coinhering attributes of substances. ..."

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