Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [,ɪnkoʊh'ɪɹənt]
meaning of the word
without logical or meaningful connection; "a turgid incoherent presentation"
An incoherent note heralded his return.
In the latter case they appear obscure, intricate, incoherent.
She felt herself carried off her feet by the rush of incoherent impressions
The sight greatly staggered him, and he was so affected that his account of it was incoherent.
Two propositions are coherent when both may be true, and are incoherent when one at least must be false.
In fact Mrs. Wilkins, driven by terror, guilt and surprise, had been more incoherent if possible than usual.
It was with difficulty that he reconciled his dreamy and incoherent feelings with the certainty of being awake.
But his incoherent talk was cut short by a very pale, wan-looking monk of medium height, wearing a monk's cap, who overtook them.
During the mass Snegiryov became somewhat calmer, though at times he had outbursts of the same unconscious and, as it were, incoherent anxiety.
But Professor Liedenbrock had hastily surveyed all three; he was panting, running from one to the other, gesticulating, and uttering incoherent expressions.