The second of these incompatibilities is really predicated upon our ignorance, and not upon our knowledge.
Go on talking your incompatibilities; go on teaching your absurdities!
I might continue the list of the incompatibilities of Hindu and Christian ideals.
O that I had never brought together these unsuitabilities, these incompatibilities!
That which is so distinct is bristling with incompatibilities.
Many were the heartburnings, the incompatibilities of temperament, of the parts thus yoked together.
To this day the difficulties of moral union are fed by the incompatibilities and the jealousies of "north" and "south."
And upon a system comprising all these incompatibilities there was grafted the ruinous principle of ascendancy.
He would hear of no incompatibilities, listen to no objections, believe in no obstacles.
incompatible in·com·pat·i·ble (ĭn'kəm-pāt'ə-bəl)
Incapable of associating or blending or of being associated or blended because of disharmony, incongruity, or antagonism.
Producing an undesirable effect when used in combination with a particular substance, as a medicine in combination with alcohol.
Not suitable for combination or administration because of immunological differences, as blood types.