the state or condition of not being in agreement, accordance, or harmony, or the degree to which things are in this state: The incongruence in cultural values and norms between Americanized adolescents and their more traditional immigrant parents can lead to family conflict and adolescent behavior problems.
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How to use incongruence in a sentence
Species; incongruence very common; S. Ocellatus and Populi, 451.
Double incongruence: different distance and different group-formation, 483.
An unequal phyletic development is thus the immediate cause of incongruence.
All explanations of the second form of incongruence from the point of view of a phyletic force464 can also be shown to be absurd.
The number of the changes would here alone determine whether congruence or incongruence occurred between the two stages.