Examples of incongruity in a Sentence
she's an incongruity: an impeccably groomed woman who keeps a messy house
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But Perry faces an even bigger incongruity between his rhetoric and actions on carbon capture and storage.
The resulting incongruity can produce feelings similar to sea-sickness.
This incongruity is frustrating, and Teplitzky deepens it with one overwrought, predictable choice after another.
The incongruity was that the team with the best collection of young arms wound up entrusting Year 1 in SunTrust Park to some old ones.
This is a show to be savored for its thrills and chills and, like a dream, for its sheer incongruity.
Then again, a band or a parade would have been a jarring incongruity for a 2-mile tunnel project that is four years behind schedule and faces a potential $400 million in cost overruns.
But in recasting inmate-musicians as talents in their own right, both Harbert and Brennan are careful not to gloss over the many incongruities at play.
This incongruity feels both more profound and more pervasive by the day.
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