Harold Ford is exiting the New York Senate race the same way he almost entered it: incoherently.
"Forgive me, pardon me," I incoherently said, as her sweet eyes rose in startled pleasure to mine.
"The man—the man at the window—promised it," I cried, incoherently.
It's getting late, it's——' she said incoherently, and wrung her hand out of his.
incoherently she started to tell the whole story over again.
The girl began to jabber, incoherently but Martha Foote passed on through the little hall to the door of the bedroom.
"I've just had the most lovely idea," said Allie incoherently.
"I thought they'd caught us—thought I was cleaned out," he said incoherently.
He spoke now and then, but incoherently, generally about the home he had lately left.
Promise, promise, she said incoherently, and her hands fastened to his coat as she hid her head against his shoulder.