Synonyms for adherence

Grammar : Noun
Spell : ad-heer-uh ns, -her-
Phonetic Transcription : ædˈhɪər əns, -ˈhɛr-

Définition of adherence

Origin :
  • mid-15c., "attachment to a person, support," from Middle French adhérence, from Latin adhaerentia, noun of action from adhaerentem (nominative adhaerens), present participle of adhaerare (see adherent).
  • noun devotion
Example sentences :
  • The reservations placed upon our adherence should not be misinterpreted.
  • Extract from : « United States Presidents' Inaugural Speeches » by Various
  • So merrily he went to work, forgetting everything in his adherence to habit.
  • Extract from : « Welsh Fairy Tales » by William Elliott Griffis
  • With the result that his arrest was ordered, and thereupon he confessed his adherence to the Crown.
  • Extract from : « Ponteach » by Robert Rogers
  • Jeter wondered whether their adherence to Sitsumi were voluntary or forced.
  • Extract from : « Lords of the Stratosphere » by Arthur J. Burks
  • Truth is adherence to facts in whatever section of the world.
  • Extract from : « Sex=The Unknown Quantity » by Ali Nomad
  • The error of "Newport" lies in too absolute an adherence to principles.
  • Extract from : « The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 104, June, 1866 » by Various
  • Indeed, in its adherence to the business of the hour we might use it as a pattern.
  • Extract from : « Journeys to Bagdad » by Charles S. Brooks
  • The main lack of uniformity has been in the adherence to a time limit.
  • Extract from : « The Measurement of Intelligence » by Lewis Madison Terman
  • But, on the other hand, he was unflinching in his adherence to abstract principle.
  • Extract from : « Albert Gallatin » by John Austin Stevens
  • She was a popular girl, and her adherence to the Cause confirmed the doubters.
  • Extract from : « Jill the Reckless » by P. G. (Pelham Grenville) Wodehouse

Antonyms for adherence

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