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In this season of professions of love, I offer mine in a way that may seem incongruous to the sentiment.

That’s even after the 13-member selection committee spent its usual two-day huddle in a North Texas hotel meeting room running the incongruous numbers of a misshapen season.

The incongruous approaches and the lack of national standards have created confusion, conflict and a muddled public health message, likely hampering efforts to stop the spread of the virus.

Fixed working hours and face-time expectations can be incongruous with the demands of their daily lives, so much so that such rigidity can drive women from the work force.

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I’ve had a difficult time with this incongruous college football season.

Incongruously, the sound system in the restaurant serenades diners with classical music.

All of which makes Julie Chen an incongruously wonderful, androidesque host for the show.

And the incongruously bright, cheerful Haitian sky surely is a winning backdrop.

The talk between the three of them remained incongruously upon the surface always.

At this moment, the sound of voices and the crashing chords of a piano broke in incongruously upon their mood.

The affairs of life and death mix themselves incongruously enough, in this confused world.

Instantly, a gillie incongruously in a flower-seller's dress, she was on her feet and walking a little ahead.

These incongruously modern structures snuggled right up under the venerable walls of the battlements.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to incongruously, such as: individually, negatively, separately, variously, abnormally, and adversely.

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