The condition or quality of being incoherent.(noun)
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Use "incoherence" in a sentence
"Hurt's incoherence is not readily apparent in his television ads or stump speech, where he can control the message and where, in front of friendly audiences, his positions are not subject to critique and rebuttal, or he can otherwise simply refuse to acknowledge or answer questions."
"After all, if you think incoherence is “right” I think that must mean that you too are incoherent."
"The only incoherence is being spewed from your keyboard, as AIG & Lehman were HUGE MORTGAGE COMPANIES ..."