[ US /ˈkoʊhɔɹt/ ]
[ UK /kˈə‍ʊhɔːt/ ]
  1. a company of companions or supporters
  2. a group of people having approximately the same age
  3. a band of warriors (originally a unit of a Roman Legion)
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How To Use cohort In A Sentence

  • Johnson and a cohort of industry representatives have been busy banging the drum for London's fintech scene.
  • At the national level, they show that for most of the twentieth century, each successive cohort of young people left home at an average age below that of the cohort immediately preceding them.
  • Mark and his cohorts eventually emerged from the studio.
  • To counteract this, he has decided to send the majority of this year 's cohort into the towns and countryside. Times, Sunday Times
  • This difficult-to-treat strain, called neurosyphilis, can cause blindness and stroke, and a CDC researcher said that it's spreading among this cohort because, although they're already HIV-positive, they are not using condoms. Gabriel Rotello: Deadly Error Alert: Andrew Sullivan's Latest AIDS Fantasy
  • You know as well as I do that it was decreed that normal civilities don't apply to you or your cohort.
  • Goodenow and his cohorts tell the players that fans support them, but just who the heck does the NHLPA think will back their picket line when the owners turn to replacement players next winter?
  • The charts and data presented are very interesting, including the revelation that male modern heights and standards were achieved by the birth cohort of 1925.
  • The main cause of death in our cohort with diabetes was ischaemic heart disease.
  • A recent report on a study of a cohort of Chinese workers exposed to benzidine is informative.
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