coherent[英][kəuˈhiərənt] [美][koˈhɪrənt, -ˈhɛr-]
The campaign was widely criticised for making tactical mistakes and for a lack of coherence.
The government has to convince voters it is proceeding coherently toward its goals.
She lost consciousness and when she came round she still lacked coherence and focus.
The property of being coherent, as of waves.
Big views are difficult; try and make them coherent.
A coherent policy for the transport system.
The various parts make up a coherent whole.
Coherent forward scattering atomic spectrum analysis.