What is another word for coherently?

Pronunciation: [kə͡ʊhˈi͡əɹəntli] (IPA)

Coherently is a word that means to express ideas or thoughts in a clear and logical manner. Some synonyms of the word "coherently" include logically, consistently, sensibly, intelligibly, comprehensibly, and lucidly. These words all describe the ability to communicate ideas in a way that makes sense and is easily understood by others. Coherently also implies a sense of order and structure to the way ideas are presented, which can be reflected in synonyms like cogently, organized and systematically. Being able to communicate coherently is an essential skill in many situations, especially in academic, professional, and personal contexts.

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What are the opposite words for coherently?

Coherently is defined as something that is connected or consistent. Antonyms for the word would include incoherently, inconsistently, disjointedly, disorganized, illogically, and unintelligibly. Incoherently refers to something that lacks clarity and is not easily understood. Inconsistently means something that is contradictory or irregular. Disjointedly refers to something that is disconnected or lacking in continuity. Disorganized refers to something that is chaotic, cluttered, or haphazardly arranged. Illogically refers to something that is without reason or rationality. Lastly, unintelligibly refers to something that is not clear or comprehensible. These antonyms provide a range of options to describe the opposite of the word "coherently.

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Usage examples for Coherently

He managed, however, to reply coherently, and to the effect that he considered himself most fortunate, etc.
"The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley"
Bertram Mitford
Awhile ago she had hardly been able to think or to act coherently while she felt the contact of that noisome paper against her flesh.
"Petticoat Rule"
Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy
Lydie watched the gavotte with dreamy, abstracted eyes; every now and then the Queen spoke to her, and the force of habit caused her to reply coherently and with that formality of expression, which Her Majesty liked to hear.
"Petticoat Rule"
Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy

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