Cogent

Cogent: The word “Cogent” refers to a clear, logical and convincing case of an argument. Example: His interpretation of the goods and service tax was cogent and well received. “Ironic” is a statement that is made obvious by otherwise stating the opposite in an attempt to make it humorous or sarcastic. For example: It was quite ironic watching the man who would beat his wife lead the protest of feminists. ]]>

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