be incompatible

See: collide
References in classic literature ?
Crawford's endeavours to convince you that they may not be incompatible with his.
It would be incompatible with what she owed to her father, and with what she felt for him.
You will easily believe, sir, that such a life as I am now describing must be incompatible with my further progress in learning; and that in proportion as I addicted myself more and more to loose pleasure, I must grow more and more remiss in application to my studies.
Where these grow the climate cannot be incompatible with gardening.
This release profile, a bi-layer technology that delivers stable, active formulation of ingredients that otherwise may be incompatible or difficult to co-formulate, works more effectively.
The Redevelopment Agency made up of City Council members voted 3-2 Tuesday to deny the nonprofit organization stage-one approval for its plans and to send the project back for a complete redesign, saying it would be incompatible with the neighborhood.
Stand on gays: Finds homosexuality to be incompatible with Christian teaching but welcomes all people to the church.
Two polymers may be incompatible with each other, yet, when forced together during processing, can produce a material that combines the best features of each.
If too restrictive, the distribution schemes available may be incompatible with the spouse's financial needs.
Ever since they introduced Wholesale Line Rental Services in 2000, BT has rejected many products, especially the merging of FLS services with WLR claiming these to be incompatible.
Deaton said he wants to make sure the LAPD isn't spending money on technology that might be incompatible with databases already in use, as well as ones in development on complaints against officers, incidents involving use of force by officers and trends involving officer behavior.