attachment: faithful support for a cause or political party or religion; "attachment to a formal agenda"; "adherence to a fat-free diet"; "the adhesion of Seville was decisive"
adhesiveness: the property of sticking together (as of glue and wood) or the joining of surfaces of different composition; "the mutual adhesiveness of cells"; "a heated hydraulic press was required for adhesion"
(adhere) be compatible or in accordance with; "You must adhere to the rules"
(adhere) follow through or carry out a plan without deviation; "They adhered to their plan"
(adhere) cling: come or be in close contact with; stick or hold together and resist separation; "The dress clings to her body"; "The label stuck to the box"; "The sushi rice grains cohere"
(adhere) be a devoted follower or supporter; "The residents of this village adhered to Catholicism"; "She sticks to her principles"
In medicine, compliance (also adherence or concordance) describes the degree to which a patient correctly follows medical advice. ...
A close physical union of two objects; Faithful support for some cause; An extent to which a patient continues an agreed treatment plan
(adhere) To stick fast or cleave, as a glutinous substance does; to become joined or united; as, wax to the finger; the lungs sometimes adhere to the pleura; To hold, be attached, or devoted; to remain fixed, either by personal union or conformity of faith, principle, or opinion; as, men ...
(adherent) A person who has membership in some group, association or religion; adhesive, that sticks to something; That has the quality of clinging or sticking fast to something
(Adhere) To cling or stick together.
(Adhere) To bond; to cause two surfaces to be held together by adhesion.
(adhere) (v): the act of clinging to or sticking to. The prefix AD is connected to the verb meaning to cling (haerere).
(ADHERE) To be attached to and dependent on. An example would be a pending amendment that is adhered to the motion to which it is applied.
(Adhere) The clinging of one surface to another; either molecularly or otherwise.
(adhere) (v) cabışırģa , qamamazģa
(adhere) To remain attached or faithful, as to a leader, society, principle, etc.
(Adherent) (ad-HERE-ent) -- Two dissimilar parts touching each other but not fused.
(Adherent) A follower of a particular religion, church or philosophy. This is the broadest possible category of such followers and includes professing and affiliated adults and also their children (practicing and non-practicing) who may reside in a given area or country.
(Adherent) A material that is held to another material by an adhesive.
(Adherent) Union of dissimilar parts, as when the calyx-tube is joined to the ovary.
(Adherent) a follower who has not yet obtained all that he expects to get.
(Adherent) the union of separate parts; tending to adhere to or be connected by contact
(adherent) One who is devoted or attached, as to a cause or a leader
(adherent) touching without organic fusion, referring to parts normally separate, e.g. floral parts of different whorls. cf. adnate, coherent, connate