noun, plural in·con·gru·i·ties for 2.
Origin of incongruity
Examples from the Web for incongruities
The incongruities of this sort were so many that even the most optimistic could not pass them unheeded.The One-Way Trail|Ridgwell Cullum
The interior presents a general array of incongruities quite as remarkable as those of the exterior.The Cathedrals of Northern France|Francis Miltoun
When disclosed and appreciated these incongruities soon give way under pressure of the broad policies above.Letters from an Old Railway Official|Charles DeLano Hine
Even in death the history of the Dutch painters presents a thousand incongruities.Holland, v. 1 (of 2)|Edmondo de Amicis
Suddenly Lady Sellingworth realized the age of her mind, and it seemed to her that she was a horrible mixture of incongruities.December Love|Robert Hichens