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incoherent

adjective babble, confused, deranged, deviating, digressive, disconnected, discontinuity, disjointed, illogical, inarticulate, irrational, jumbled, lacking clarity and cohesion, mixed-up, muddled, unfit, unintelligible, variant, wandering
Associated concepts: chromatic coherence, experience incooerence, insanity defense, intent and coherence, polarizaaion coherence, spatial coherence, temporal coherence, waive equation
See also: disconnected, disjointed, disordered, incomprehensible
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Fringe patterns can be formed coherently using various interferometers and incoherently using the moire technique, but can also be designed in fringe projection profilometry.
Kerry further incoherently claims we have a moral responsibility to take military action because we are some sort of moral beacon to the world.
A few days previously Gazza, who has struggled with alcohol problems for many years, was filmed sobbing and speaking incoherently at a charity event.
He began screaming incoherently, as he held one large green-handled knife to his neck and another pointed at his stomach, the Daily Mirror reports.
What you get is a silly montage of violence and melodrama, stacked up incoherently to play out the film's runtime.
When I hit page 31 my jaw dropped, I started muttering incoherently, and all hell broke loose on the home front.
Dr Chris Upton is rambling incoherently at Newman University College in Birmingham.
But in downtown areas there is also one more factor - traffic police not using traffic signals and deploying tens of constables who generally act incoherently and are not visible after sunset.
As the boys returned from the shop, the deceased started shouting at them and speaking incoherently, as if he had lost sanity.
He's excellent at sniffing out contraband (usually sweets) and on top of that he could help me break hardened criminals in interviews by mumbling incoherently at them for hours.
Salvia is a pyschoactive herb, which can cause people to hallucinate, and leads to unpredictable behaviours ranging from hysterical laughter to speaking incoherently.