- (adj) not congruent
- During the eight-week trial, dozens of witnesses were called by the prosecution, and many gave incongruent testimony, Brown admitted at a press conference after the verdict.
- Under the leadership of its CEO, Francesco Trapani, Bulgari has blossomed into a $1 billion luxury powerhouse with a new seemingly incongruent brand extension.
- An English name would be very incongruent for this car because it was meant to be a car custom-made for the Indian market.
- The recent spate of lazily jamming incongruent figures into horror films ( Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters , and the upcoming adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies ) has now added a new notch to its belt— Archie comics.on June 6, 2013 Source: ScreenCrave
- "She, anyone like that is incongruent with what this university and society ...... should stand for," Amaechi said, drawing applause.on Apr 19, 2007 By: John Amaechi Source: SI.com
- "All things considered, I think most postal customers feel that the huge increase in pay for Mr. Potter is incongruent with the post office's recent performance. I assure you that our subcommittee will look into this matter at a hearing in...on Feb 22, 2009 By: Stephen F Lynch Source: Washington Times
- "To have recreational drug use comparable to performance-enhancing drug use is incongruent," says Gimelstob, who called Gasquet's possible 24-month ban "a travesty."on May 31, 2009 By: Justin Gimelstob Source: USA Today