incongruent incongruent


  • (adj) not congruent


  1. 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.
  2. Under the leadership of its CEO, Francesco Trapani, Bulgari has blossomed into a $1 billion luxury powerhouse with a new seemingly incongruent brand extension.
  3. An English name would be very incongruent for this car because it was meant to be a car custom-made for the Indian market.



  1. "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:

  2. "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

  3. "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

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