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incongruous

[in′käŋ·grü·əs]
(geology)
Of a drag fold, having an axis and axial surface not parallel to the axis and axial surface of the main fold to which it is related.
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These two contrasting statements by the accused, according to the court, were incongruous and did not go to support his accusation that the police aided him with the tools.
But a decision by Coventry City Council's planning officer Tracy Miller criticised the plans as "undesirable and incongruous development of overall poor design and appearance".
The minister added that the law will bring to light some aspects, such as the classification of what can be considered "congruent goods", which are those legally acquired and "incongruous goods", which result from illicit enrichment.
incongruous, keeping, it's and, in my should rejected "There is no planning policy that states that Alderbrook Road is not allowed to have apartments," he said.
HOW incongruous! When thousands of pensioners are struggling to secure their retirement benefits, the PML-N government has deemed it fit to raise the President's salary through a bill in the National Assembly by a whopping 530 per cent!
So the choice of There'll Always Be An England as incidental music at first seemed incongruous.
'So he came up with a very incongruous statement that I was offended.
Summary: New Delhi [India], June 19 (ANI): The Janata Dal (United) on Monday took a potshot at the BJP-PDP Government in Kashmir and said the latter resembles an incongruous marriage which needs divorce.
The reasons given are set out below: "The proposed development would form a prominent and incongruous feature in close proximity to a public byway in an area which has an open and rural character.
But it's within this maelstrom that the band reveals a seemingly incongruous sense of texture, being able to create different, even counterpointed levels of loud.
A team of researchers from CHU Sainte Marguerite and Aix-Marseille Universite, Marseille, France, examined behavioral and electrophysiologic responses to speech by measuring the "N400 effect," an ERP (event-related brain potential) observed in patients with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia that typically is provoked via the subjects' response to unexpected or incongruous words at the end of a sentence.
The 1920s Spanish Colonial received decades worth of incongruous additions and gradually fell into disrepair but architect Mike Jacobs revived the structure in a nearly two-year-long renovation.