noun, plural in·co·her·en·cies.
Origin of incoherency
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Historical Examples of incoherency
I've been interrupted time and again, and this is all incoherency.Marion's Faith.
The rest of the evening they were enthusiastic almost to the point of incoherency.Eve to the Rescue
Then an interval of incoherency and utter blankness followed.Under the Redwoods
They seldom speak, and when they do there is a touch of incoherency in their remarks.The Spirit of the Links
I am scribbling while he holds my bed-candle, so pray forgive any incoherency.George Eliot's Life, Vol. III (of 3)