Origin of incongruent
Related formsin·con·gru·ence, nounin·con·gru·ent·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for incongruence
The number of the changes would here alone determine whether congruence or incongruence occurred between the two stages.
All explanations of the second form of incongruence from the point of view of a phyletic force464 can also be shown to be absurd.
Still more striking is the incongruence in the genus Araschnia, Hbn.
Species; incongruence very common; S. Ocellatus and Populi, 451.
An unequal phyletic development is thus the immediate cause of incongruence.