incongruities

[ in-kuh n-groo-i-tee, -kuh ng- ]SEE DEFINITION OF incongruities

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Time will blur the incongruities and moss over the mistakes.

Even the children now laugh at fake scenes and incongruities.

The acts of the other ten were, as might have been expected, a jumble of incongruities.

Do not be afraid of incongruities—do not think of unities of effect.

The reformed church, however, has its incongruities likewise.

Incongruities the most glaring not unfrequently appeared in his writings.

She has her uncertainties and incongruities like any one else.

The incongruities were too obvious and glaring to admit of conjunction.

Color is paramount, and its beauty obscures the incongruities of Oriental art.

What incongruities and equivoques are to be found in all languages!

WORD ORIGIN

1530s, from French incongruité or directly from Medieval Latin incongruitas, from Latin in- "not" (see in- (1)) + congruitas (see congruity).