- n. Plural form of incongruity.
“The rustic-luxury genre recalls the incongruities of Marie Antoinette in her Versailles dairy farm.”
“Mr. Gryce recalled the incongruities, the inconsistencies and even the surprising contradictions which had often marked the conduct of men and women, in his lengthy experience with the strange, the sudden, and the tragic things of life, and slightly shook his head.”
“But as a town, Palm Beach is full of quirks and incongruities: The people who work here often can't afford to live here, for instance.”
“But there were incongruities: the minivan, the graffiti on the rail bridge underpasses.”
“You guys are always accusing me of getting things backwards, but I think you "dittoheads" have had incongruities repeated at you so often by shills like Rush that I think your synapses must be disrupted.”
“The band imprinted my vacation with incongruities: the clear blue beauty of the Aegean sea and the fuzz-fest mayhem of "Territorial Pissings", a hot shimmering Mediterranean sun infected with the chilling strains of "Polly".”
“This work is also part of the larger Walkers series that includes performances in which actual walkers with sandwich boards create startling incongruities in environments as diverse as Hollywood, Death Valley, Speaker's Corner in London, and the Las Vegas Strip.”
“It is with such incongruities that Donnelly is making her distinctive mark.”
“Noticing several incongruities, ourselves, TVGuide.com spoke with Hilton and her mother, Kathy, regarding scrutiny, entitlement, hostility and manipulation.”
“Mr. Cornwell, who also happens to be a lawyer, completed his own detective work when he viewed Spectrum's wine catalog and noticed several incongruities in the labels of some of the rarest and most sought-after Burgundy wines.”
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