Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: incoherent
IPA transcription: [,ɪnkoʊh'ɪɹənt]
adverb meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: incoherent
    Meaning: without logical or meaningful connection; "a turgid incoherent presentation"
Usage examples
  • 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.