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  • adj. Partially coherent


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  • Schoolchildren were taught this mythology from Gadhafi's Green Book, a semicoherent blend of Koranic interpretation, socialism and pan-Arabism published in 1975.

    Eccentric and Brutal, He Met End as a Fugitive

  • Unfortunately, all of these flashbacks dominate the film in a semicoherent way that Ms. Hamilton could not have intended.


  • I prayed that I would be able to form at least one semicoherent sentence.

    The Hollow

  • When I do have some time, and a free computer that's not just crashed AGAIN, I'm usually drooling stupid tired, and being all witty, or even semicoherent about my life is the last thing I want to try and do.

    ana-ng Diary Entry

  • Glassy-eyed, he delivered a few semicoherent remarks at Johns Hopkins University.

    Yeltsin's Challenge

  • He was semicoherent but stoned, and he told me he had a stash he was ready to quote ‘put on the market’—his words.


  • This is low-rent Bond -- it's short and sour, with semicoherent action that plays like third-rate Jason Bourne.

    'Slumdog' Finds Rare Riches in Poor Boy's Tale

  • Something similiar to what I was groaning the morning after an all night frat party and mouthed those semicoherent words face down on a strangers carpet.

    Think Progress » McCain: Bush Escalation Is Too Small

  • The only semicoherent thought I had was Please let me go splat soon, so this freaking pain will stopstopSTOP.

    The Angel Experiment

  • Zife, who sounded only semicoherent, spoke before Azernal could suggest any talking points with which to placate Martok.

    A Time to Kill


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