[in-koh-heer-uh ns, -her-]
- the quality or state of being incoherent.
- something incoherent; an incoherent statement, article, speech, etc.
Origin of incoherence
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Examples from the Web for incoherence
However, beyond the incoherence of the Malaysian handling of this emergency, are other concerns.Flight 370 Is Just the Start: Why Asia Isn't Getting Air Safety Right
March 13, 2014
There are other passages of this sort, many others, but the most jarring aspect of the judgment is its incoherence.Carnal Injustice: India’s Outrageous Court Ruling Against Gays
December 12, 2013
So does Meditations in Green, but its incoherence feels purposeful, mimetic.American Dreams, 1983: Meditations in Green by Stephen Wright
September 30, 2013
So in the context of the campaign, it's unfair to single Obama out for incoherence.Obama’s Incoherent Stance on Gay Marriage
May 8, 2012
Like everyone, I am struck by his pattern of presenting inconsistent positions with no apparent recognition of their incoherence.Mitt Romney’s No More Of a Mystery Than Barack Obama
February 9, 2012
Her incoherence vanished as she grasped at a practical consideration.The Bacillus of Beauty
Verelst, swallowing his disappointment, retorted: "Incoherence is easy too."The Paliser case
Morris opposed the alteration as leaving still an incoherence.
The incoherence of the dream seems to me easy enough to explain.Dreams
Scarcely a day passed without a lapse into incoherence or violence.William Pitt and the Great War
John Holland Rose
Word Origin and History for incoherence
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