Mutually exclusive or antagonistic qualities or things.(noun)
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Use "incompatibility" in a sentence
"In all of the written pieces I found Coyne specifically points out that the incompatibility is of a philosophical nature."
"So maybe I could say back incompatibility is OK – after all, the Wizards adventure products in 3e were all derivative “returns to” the original great D&D adventure locales, from the Temple of Elemental Evil to the Ruins of Greyhawk."
"You get a short-term incompatibility that gets fixed when everyone implements a more inclusive policy or smarts about the new namespace."