- in·con·gru·ence, noun
- in·con·gru·ent·ly, adverb
- incongruous, incongruent
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How to use incongruent in a sentence
They are “simply a pause button,” says Ladinsky, to stop the continued development of a puberty incongruent with a child’s gender identity.Pediatricians Who Serve Trans Youth Face Increasing Harassment. Lifesaving Care Could Be on the Line | Madeleine Carlisle | February 16, 2022 | Time
That’s what you’re doing now, writing all this down, even the parts of your life that seem tedious, incongruent, even humiliating.
While we speak, I look for things like rapid or disorganized speech, somewhat incongruent facial expressions, or even recurrent ideas that might help me guage their mind’s function.Psychiatry Is Still Stuck in Freud's Era. Big Data Can Revolutionize How We Care for Patients | Daniel Barron | July 9, 2021 | Time
It recognizes that dispersal is a strategy for resilience, but need not be permanent, or incongruent with the virtues of compact development.The Self-Driving Car Is a Red Herring - Issue 92: Frontiers | Anthony Townsend | October 21, 2020 | Nautilus
Memories of more convivial press encounters were never more incongruent.
The description of Ehrenberg—as is very often the case—is quite incongruent with his figure.
Thrse with her pretty Creole tact was not long in bringing these seemingly incongruent elements into some degree of harmony.At Fault | Kate Chopin.
Perhaps in some context, the word part is incongruent with this notion that there is only wholeness.Nursing as Caring | Anne Boykin
There was the picture that she was unable to begin; it floated through her brain, elusive and incongruent.The Quaint Companions | Leonard Merrick
This was usually done by use of brute force coated with a thin layer of incongruent ideology.After the Rain | Sam Vaknin