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- adv. In an incoherent manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an incoherent manner; without due connection of parts.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an incoherent manner; without coherence of parts; disconnectedly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an incoherent manner
So, when times are bad, we need to create jobs, watching a bunch of wild eyed anti-business guys, all jabber on incoherently is IN AND OF ITSELF hurting the system.
(Mrs. Starkweather, supported by Connie, moaning incoherently, is led back across stage to chair.)
He shook his head smiled, muttered the name incoherently, and said he thought it sounded like a dead name.
He certainly didn't stumble and babble incoherently, which is what his opponents say he does.
She dashed into the house, and found a demoralised kitchen-maid calling incoherently for help down the telephone.
Didn't we mean 'incoherently' instead of 'incontinently?'
I could see you, "incoherently," alone, bereft of the friend you loved and who loved you ....
So he is mumbling incoherently, meaning they can't understand what he is saying, and they interpret that through their brain-washed training that he wants to kill them.
Lots of statistics, but jumbled together incoherently.
I had one professor that was so bad (but a very sweet lady) that I would put in ear plugs and study the material on line while she spoke incoherently at the lectern.