noun. Look deep into the heart of an evil cohort, and this ye shall find.
Real citation: "GURPS Camelot is a good GURPS book by a good GURPS writer (Bob Schroeck, with charming Peggy providing research assistance and general cohortitude), and we used it as the basis for a very entertaining campaign back in the day."
(S. John Ross, April 8, 2005, http://forum.rpg.net/archive/index.php/t-167277.html)
Made-up citation: "All my friends are women these days: I've got female cohortitude up the ying-yang."