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  • n  lack of cohesion or clarity or organization
  • n  nonsense that is simply incoherent and unintelligible

  • He once quipped that on taking over the Fed in 1987, he learned "to mumble with great incoherence.
  • Nakagawa denied rumors that he was drunk and instead claimed that a dose of cold medicine, a "sip" of wine, and extreme jet lag led to his incoherence.
  • The writer-director's disintegration from robust artistic health to narrative incoherence, from hitmaker to box-office loser, has an almost tragic trajectory.

  • Jerry Brown in San Francisco Chronicle
    Johnson's decision was "shocking in its incoherence and utter failure to provide legal justification for the administrator's unprecedented action," Brown said.
  • Peter Travers in
    Among the many terrible reviews of the movie, Peter Travers for Rolling Stone wrote that it is a "hunkajunk," due to Bay "telling a story with : striking, shrieking incoherence. I know there are still 17 months to go, but I'm thinking Transformers 2...
  • Maureen Dowd in
    Maureen Dowd calls it "just another sign of the complete incoherence of Afghan policy. The people in charge are divided against each other. And the policy is divided against itself."

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