noun, plural in·co·her·en·cies.
Examples from the Web for incoherencies
A flood of incoherencies, spoken in a high-pitched, whining voice, pours from his lips.Mad Shepherds|L. P. Jacks
His best utterances were but incoherencies to the human ears that heard them.Library Notes|A. P. Russell
Reft of its incoherencies—natural under the circumstances—this was the sum of it.A Veldt Vendetta|Bertram Mitford
Then he had another inspiration, and went rambling off into fervent confusions and incoherencies, and I had to stop him again.Following the Equator, Complete|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
They are incoherencies, but they are not without some foundation.Barrington|Charles James Lever