Examples of incongruity in a Sentence
she's an incongruity: an impeccably groomed woman who keeps a messy house
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The music itself is about the Pulitzer Prize-winning composer’s Latin-dance upbringing in Montgomery County — so the video isn’t illustrating the piece but going for a synergistic incongruity.
Getty Getty Business as usual, save one detail: Earlier that same week, as the first lady departed for the Gulf Coast, her shoe choice—another pair of Manolo Blahniks—drew Twitter fire for their incongruity with her mission there.
In exploring this apparent incongruity, his short book raises important questions about law, about political decisions that affect the scope of civic membership, and about the malleability of Enlightenment values.
And then there are the inherent incongruities of having women play rugged frontiersmen.
This incongruity has ushered in greater insecurity in a country that prides itself on its equitable social market system.
But Perry faces an even bigger incongruity between his rhetoric and actions on carbon capture and storage.
This incongruity is frustrating, and Teplitzky deepens it with one overwrought, predictable choice after another.
The resulting incongruity can produce feelings similar to sea-sickness.
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