incoherently incoherently  /ɪn koʊ ˈhɪ rənt li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in an incoherent manner

Usage(s):

  1. Man's only road to understanding of this divine history is through faithfaith in the reality and truth of what the Evangelists so incoherently describe.
  2. Man's only road to understanding of this divine history is through faithfaith in the reality and truth of what the Evangelists so incoherently describe.
  3. This really puts them in touch with their feelings, which are incoherently rageful.

News

  • Deadpool review: Crazy for thinking

    Deadpool depicts the exploits and gleeful eviscerations of a giggling psychopath, gifted with guns, swords, and style. We've had plenty of that, thank you, but this one's novelty is a self-aware protagonist, starring in a game that's absurd, flippantly violent and incoherently narrated by its own admission. Here we have proof that it's possible for a game to throw itself on the mercy of the ...
    on June 25, 2013     Source: Joystiq

Quotes

  1. Fatima adds that her aunt (the two could never get along) "years later in an interview before her own death said that it was Murtaza's own fault that he was killed. Besides, she changed the facts about his injuries, rambling incoherently, claiming...
    on Apr 2, 2010 By: Fatima Bhutto Source: Business Standard

  2. In the early years, "King St. W. looked like Saskatchewan east," said comedian Dave Broadfoot, who noted the only time he was ever heckled was at the Royal Alex. "The guy was heckling loudly and incoherently so I said, `You must be a riot...
    on Aug 27, 2007 By: Dave Broadfoot Source: Toronto Star

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