When you taunt me as you do to my face, how can I wonder that you taunt her behind her back!' And here the incoherence
coming on very strong, Mrs Varden wept, and laughed, and sobbed, and shivered, and hiccoughed, and choked; and said she knew it was very foolish but she couldn't help it; and that when she was dead and gone, perhaps they would be sorry for it--which really under the circumstances did not appear quite so probable as she seemed to think--with a great deal more to the same effect.
I was much impressed by her allusion to Richard and by the sad meaning, so sadly illustrated in her poor pinched form, that made its way through all her incoherence
. But happily for her, she was quite complacent again now and beamed with nods and smiles.
She had believed in a spiritual light burning steadily and steadfastly behind the erratic disorder and incoherence
There seemed to be at once a little stability in all this incoherence
. Without any definite plan in his head, he took the turning to the right and walked through the town and came to the wall by the meeting of the roads, where he stopped.
Whiskers growled an incoherence
deep in his throat and spat into the fire in token that he was not pleased by the question.
He has accompanied this incoherence
with some wild unmeaning gestures; but they trail off into the progressive inaction of stupor, and he lies a log upon the bed.
Receiving an encouraging answer, she condensed the narrative of her life into a few scanty words about herself and a glowing eulogy upon her father; and Flora took it all in with a natural tenderness that quite understood it, and in which there was no incoherence
He had simply babbled on uttering empty phrases, letting slip a few enigmatic words and again reverting to incoherence
. He was almost running about the room, moving his fat little legs quicker and quicker, looking at the ground, with his right hand behind his back, while with his left making gesticulations that were extraordinarily incongruous with his words.
The occupation is often full of interest and he who attempts it for the first time is astonished by the apparently illimitable distance and incoherence
between the starting-point and the goal.
Dans son analyse, le Pr Bouabdallah a estime que la politique commerciale de l'Algerie avait souffert d'"incoherence
" relevant que "la preuve de cette assertion est la dependance accrue a l'egard des importations, resultat contraire a la politique de substitution d'importation pronee ouvertement ou indirectement".
Summary: The best illustration of the incoherence
of the administration's strategy toward Iran came in a recent White House press release.
'The bone of contention is the incoherence
of the provision of Section 9-B of the law and Rule 14, Section 7 of the IRR,' Olalia said in his memorandum to Labor Secretary Silvestre H.