Coherent

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Logical FlowPlay
Use 'coherent' to describe thoughts or arguments that flow smoothly, where each part makes sense with the others. SlideHis essay was coherent, each paragraph connecting neatly to the next.
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Clear CommunicationPlay
A coherent message is easy to understand; there's no confusion or ambiguity. SlideWhen giving instructions, it's important to be coherent.
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Avoid JargonPlay
'Coherent' suggests simplicity. Even complex ideas should be expressed in a way everyone can grasp. SlideDespite the technical subject, her presentation was surprisingly coherent.