Recent Examples of incoherence from the Web
The singer veered between majesty and incoherence, with flawless takes giving way to words sung out of order.
In part to cover up the incoherence of the criticism, the complaint is often expressed in vague generational terms.
Yet the bigger surprise seems to be that amid the incoherence there’s a long memory.
This train wreck substitutes incoherence for cosmic mystery.
In going along with a bill that fulfills a number of longstanding Republican priorities and very few Democratic ones, Democrats are displaying a profound incoherence heading into the midterm elections.
Photo: iStock/Getty Images Economic logic isn’t strong in Washington these days, but this effort stands out for its incoherence.
This explains the incoherence of the White House’s position.
Southland Tales has a 300-plus page graphic novel prequel, and The Box expands an eight-page short story with a cute little twist into a two-hour film of cosmic incoherence.
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