incongruity : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  the quality of disagreeing; being unsuitable and inappropriate

  • If there was any apparent incongruity in her denunciation of a "law-unto-oneself.
  • Nutritionists have started to address the incongruity of a medical establishment that bemoans obesity-related illness yet contracts with pizza and burger franchises for its .
  • Poborchiy nicely captures this incongruity.
News & Articles

  • The Sing for Hope Pianos Project
    A music critic sits down at some of the 88 Sing for Hope decorated pianos placed outdoors throughout the city, and finds the incongruity of it all special.
    June 6, 2013 - New York Times

  • Ted Haggard in Denver Post
    We all wanted to know why I developed such incongruity in my life,Haggard wrote. "Thankfully, with the tools we gained there, along with the powerful way God has been illuminating His Word and the Holy Spirit has been convicting and...
  • Robert Novak in FrontPage
    Novak wrote that: "The incongruity of Ronald Reagan's Justice Department withdrawing the asylum granted a teen-age Ukranian boy a year ago by the Carter administration comes as no surprise to a White House benumbed by the peculiar regime of Attorney...
  • Coen brothers in Forward
    Ethan noted that the film depicts "the whole incongruity of Jews in the Midwest: a subculture, and a feeling, that is different from Jewish communities in New York or Los Angeles. Joel said: What seems incongruous to us about it is the nature of the...

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