Answer: Forceful, to the point, and convincing
Word Origin mid 17th century: from Latin cogent- 'compelling' from the verb cogere from co- 'together' + agere 'drive'.
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cogent : [adjective] appealing forcibly to the mind or reason : convincing. pertinent relevant.
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