incoherence

[ in-koh-heer-uh ns, -her- ]SEE DEFINITION OF incoherence

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Her incoherence vanished as she grasped at a practical consideration.

Verelst, swallowing his disappointment, retorted: "Incoherence is easy too."

Morris opposed the alteration as leaving still an incoherence.

The incoherence of the dream seems to me easy enough to explain.

Scarcely a day passed without a lapse into incoherence or violence.

The incoherence of the Journal suddenly glides into an adagio.

They attributed it to incoherence, arising from the shock of the unexpected catastrophe.

There was a truth in those ravings—a reason in that incoherence—and my cup was not yet full.

He murmured an incoherence or two, and there was then a long silence.

He rambled even to the open door and looked with incoherence into the court.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, formed from in- (1) "not" + coherence on model of Italian incoerenza.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INCOHERENCE

disorganization

noununordered situation or thing
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