Examples of incongruity in a Sentence
she's an incongruity: an impeccably groomed woman who keeps a messy house
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Much has been said about the seeming incongruity that deeply Democratic Massachusetts regularly elects Republican governors.
This could be one of the great political incongruities of all time: Democrats win the House and simultaneously deny Pelosi the right to again clasp the speaker’s gavel.
Would-be campaign events like Wednesday’s further highlight the incongruity of Russia’s democratic-in-appearance but autocratic-in-fact political system.
Others commented on the incongruity of awarding an accused rapist during a year when anti-harassment was the ceremony’s big focus.
And the lineup of performers only increased the sense of incongruity: four virtuoso pianists from different parts of the world, joined by three dancers — one tap, one salsa, one flamenco.
There is no incongruity in seeking to enforce laws restricting contact with an enemy power, said Samah Idriss, a founding member of the Campaign to Boycott Supporters of Israel in Lebanon, which promotes the laws banning contact with Israelis.
Carnival krewes took their political arguments to the streets and manipulated their festive displays to provide evidence of the illegitimacy and incongruity of black citizenship.
In a classic example of the inbuilt incongruity, President George H. W. Bush mounted the campaign to expel Saddam Hussein’s invading forces from Kuwait, rectifying a crime at the level of nations.
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