Incoherency in a sentence

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Definition of Incoherency

  • nonsense that is simply incoherent and unintelligible
  • lack of cohesion or clarity or organization

How to use incoherency in a sentence. Incoherency pronunciation.

This line of thought offered, perhaps, some respite, and possessed of a brain that had its station considerably above the tumult of the senses, he tried to reduce the vague and wandering incoherency of his emotions to order.
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The plan of the campaign of the Austrians is incomprehensible to all our military men-not on account of its profundity, but on account of its absurdity or incoherency.
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The incoherency of your letters, and certain things too trifling to mention, had made me suspect that some unusual calamity had befallen you.
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The principle of disintegration, the incoherency of fire or flood (for Heraclitus these are but very lively instances of movements, subtler yet more wasteful still) are inherent in the primary elements alike of matter and of the soul.
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I sat down beside him, and pointed out the various incoherencies and contradictions of the work, and the doctrine it espoused: so long and so earnestly did I speak that at length Aubrey looked up, seemingly cheered and relieved.
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To dream of incoherency, usually denotes extreme nervousness and excitement through the oppression of changing events.
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This was strange; but, viewed in the light of the incoherency of his instructions, not perhaps inexplicable; Mr Dickson had been lunching, and he might have made some fatal oversight in the address.
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A stream of incoherencies issued from the wretched object of this mockery.
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It is a dream-poem, in which the impressions and objects succeed each other with startling incoherency and with the wildest transitions, reminding us of what Byron says in his "DREAM:" "...
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At length she stood, and, for a long time seemed musing upon various and apparently contrasted topics, for she sometimes smiled as a girl at play, and sometimes relapsed into darkness of mood and pain, and incoherency.
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When the doctor arrived, he sat with her in silence for a considerable time-listening to her incoherencies from an anxiety to ascertain, as far as possible, by what she might utter, whether her insanity was likely to be transient or otherwise.
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The strange alliance seemed to be the outcome of a strong will acting constantly on a weak character, on the fluid nature peculiar to the Slavs, which, while it does not hinder them from showing heroic courage in battle, gives them an amazing incoherency of conduct, a moral softness of which physiologists ought to try to detect the causes, since physiologists are to political life what entomologists are to agriculture.
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She ebbed before him, and then flowed round him in her instant escape; with some murmured incoherencies about speaking to her father, she vanished in a corridor on the other side of the ship, while he stood staring into the doorway of his room.
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Vitiated as it may be by crudity and incoherency, it has at any rate the fresh- ness of a great emotion.
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Miss Fulmort, while she is in my house,' thundered Mervyn. Phoebe, in agony, began to say she knew not what to Sir Bevil, and he seconded her with equal vehemence and incoherency, till by the time they knew what they were talking of, they were with much interest discussing his little daughter, scarcely turning their heads from one another, till, in the midst of dessert, the voice of Juliana was heard,-'Sir Bevil, Sir Bevil, if you can spare me any attention-What was the name of that person at Hampstead that your sister told me of?' 'That person!
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You do not understand my position," returned the doctor, with a certain incoherency of manner.
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I would still be merrily disposed at times; and as my pleasures were (to say the least) undignified, and I was not only well known and highly considered, but growing towards the elderly man, this incoherency of my life was daily growing more unwelcome.
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While uttering the wildest incoherencies their self-complacency remains undisturbed.
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During the greater part of the journey home, his language was only a continuation of the incoherencies which Connor had, with such a humiliating sense of shame and sorrow, witnessed in his prison cell.
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His lips then moved for a little, and he was observed to mark his breast prvately with the sign of the cross; but in such a manner as to prove that the act was dictated by the unsettled incoherency of terror, and not by the promptings of piety or religion.
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Examples of Incoherency

Example #1
The sense of self-preservation was strong in him, and Katharine herself had strangely revived it by convincing him that his family deserved and needed all his strength.
Example #2
An impartial judge might have assured him that his chief hope of recovery lay in this mystic temper, which identified a living woman with much that no human beings long possess in the eyes of each other; she would pass, and the desire for her vanish, but his belief in what she stood for, detached from her, would remain.
Example #3
In the present circumstances, half-measures must always be destructive, and it is better to strike strongly and firmly than justly.
Example #4
To invade Bavaria without disarming the Bavarian army, and to enter Suabia and yet acknowledge the neutrality of Switzerland, are such political and military errors as require long successes to repair, but which such an enemy as Bonaparte always takes care not to leave unpunished.
Example #5
You do not mention who Regulus is.
Example #6
Anna, I have long thought that some important secret lay heavy at your heart.