incoherently

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"I didn't—The last letter wasn't like the first," she said, incoherently, but it seemed he understood.

But they are incoherently viewed and urged; they do not as yet form a national creed.

Incoherently she started to tell the whole story over again.

"I've just had the most lovely idea," said Allie incoherently.

He spoke so quickly and incoherently that Elsie could not make out what he was saying.

"The man—the man at the window—promised it," I cried, incoherently.

He spoke now and then, but incoherently, generally about the home he had lately left.

"The old woman is of no consequence," he thought, hotly and incoherently.

Philander, to ramble on incoherently; to write discursively and weakly.

Crawling and staggering to the door, he incoherently cried for water.