incoherent

Part of speech: adverb

INCOHERENTLY.

Part of speech: adjective

Not coherent; incongruous; unconnected; confused.

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Usage examples "incoherent":

  1. When he was given a hundred francs his gratitude became almost incoherent. - "The Wheel O' Fortune", Louis Tracy.
  2. He was incoherent, rather, so that Dr. Ed got the impression that it was Le Moyne who had been shot, and only learned the truth when he got to the hospital. - "K", Mary Roberts Rinehart.
  3. The sides crossed over 3- 3. Simonds came on during the interval almost incoherent with excitement. - "The Loom of Youth", Alec Waugh.