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incoherent

Physics (of two or more waves) having the same frequency but not the same phase

incoherent

[‚in·kō′hir·ənt]
(geology)
Pertaining to a rock or deposit that is loose or unconsolidated, or that is unable to hold together firmly or solidly.
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Hashim Salmman, prosecuting at Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court, said the teen and her mother had arrived home on January 22 to find Jonathon Terrence Barry, 43, talking incoherently to his can of lager.
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.
Dr Chris Upton is rambling incoherently at Newman University College in Birmingham.
Police later found her rambling incoherently about previous violence in her life.
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.
Bachelor John Aubrey Jones was found lying on his back in the yard and groaning incoherently outside calving pens at Plas Farm, Llangorse, Brecon, on July 7.
Salvia is a pyschoactive herb, which can cause people to hallucinate, and leads to unpredictable behaviours ranging from hysterical laughter to speaking incoherently.
Number three was one of these types who mumbles incoherently and only comes alive when football was mentioned.
Geoffrey Greenwood, prosecuting, said police were called on November 30 last year by Mrs Bailey's daughter Kelly, who was concerned after Walton incoherently mumbled about "going up to meet Linda" during a phone call.