cohere (v.) Old form(s): coheard , co-here
agree, accord, hold together
MM II.i.11[Escalus to Angelo] in the working of your own affections, / Had time cohered with place
TN V.i.249[Viola as Cesario to Sebastian] Do not embrace me, till each circumstance ... do cohere and jump / That I am Viola
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