the quality of ; steady devotion, support, allegiance, or attachment:
adherence to a party; rigid adherence to rules.
the act or state of ; .
There is reference after reference to the “black community,” “black worth ethic,” and adherence to the “black value system.”
Reverend Jeremiah Wright Was Worse Than Scalise Ron Christie January 1, 2015
Some publications have claimed that Bulletproof Stockings hold women-only concerts in adherence with kol isha.
The Sisterhood of Bulletproof Stockings: It’s Ladies’ Night for Hasidic Rockers Emily Shire September 29, 2014
President Obama told Ukrainians “neither the United States nor Europe are perfect in adherence to our ideals.”
President Obama’s Belgian Waffle Stuart Stevens March 26, 2014
Now, I gather that adherence to this literal view, held by Joseph Smith, is not for Mormons today a doctrinal matter.
Mitt’s Mormon Predicament Michael Tomasky October 17, 2011
But I did appreciate Lifetime’s adherence to the undisputed facts of this case, as controversial as they are.
Lifetime’s Amanda Knox Movie Barbie Latza Nadeau February 14, 2011
Cuba stands as a witness to our adherence to this principle.
State of the Union Addresses of Calvin Coolidge Calvin Coolidge
The reservations placed upon our adherence should not be misinterpreted.
United States Presidents’ Inaugural Speeches Various
James is prepared to give his adherence to a belief in a soul of the earth and in planetary souls and stellar souls.
The Complex Vision John Cowper Powys
So merrily he went to work, forgetting everything in his adherence to habit.
Welsh Fairy Tales William Elliott Griffis
For instance, what does he mean by talking of an adherence to the old navigation laws?
The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. I. (of 12) Edmund Burke
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).
adherence ad·her·ence (ād-hǐr’əns, -hěr’-)
The extent to which the patient continues the agreed-upon mode of treatment under limited supervision when faced with conflicting demands, as distinguished from compliance or maintenance.
any substance bonded to another by an adhesive.
a person who follows or upholds a leader, cause, etc.; supporter; follower. sticking; clinging; : an adherent substance. bound by contract or other formal agreement: the nations adherent to the Geneva Convention. Biology, . Grammar. standing before and modifying a noun; attributive. Contemporary Examples Twenty-five percent of Americans believe that Obama is an adherent of […]
a person who follows or upholds a leader, cause, etc.; supporter; follower. sticking; clinging; : an adherent substance. bound by contract or other formal agreement: the nations adherent to the Geneva Convention. Biology, . Grammar. standing before and modifying a noun; attributive. noun (usually foll by of) a supporter or follower adjective sticking, holding fast, […]
to stay attached; stick fast; cleave; cling (usually followed by to): The mud adhered to his shoes. Physics. (of two or more dissimilar substances) to be united by a molecular force acting in the area of contact. to be devoted in support or allegiance; be attached as a follower or upholder (usually followed by to): […]