If liquid coagulates, it becomes thick and solid.
A coalition is a temporary union of different political or social groups that agrees to work together to achieve a shared aim.
If two or more things coalesce, they come together to form a single larger unit.
A cohesive argument sticks together, working as a consistent, unified whole.
When you correlate two things, you compare, associate, or equate them together in some way.
Someone who is speaking in an incoherent fashion cannot be understood or is very hard to understand.
When you coordinate a large event, you organize or bring all the many parts of it together so that the event can occur.
When two things coincide, they go along with each other, match, or happen at the same time—they all fall together in one way or another.
When you cooperate with another person, you work together with them to accomplish something.
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