That incompatibility begins in an education system that is wary of encouraging original thinking and potentially disobedience.
The incompatibility between motherhood and tech, it seems, runs far deeper than the timing of pregnancy alone.
All that can be done is to define both the one and the other as clearly as possible and prove their incompatibility.
Incompossibility, it will be seen, is only incompatibility let loose.
From this follows with striking clearness the incompatibility of Christian marriage with the spirit of the age.
The word "incompatibility" had not come into wide-spread use.
incompatibility may, however, consist of a meekeyed matron living just around the corner.
The ethnologist sees in it the incompatibility of Celt and Saxon.
The use of such microtapes is also limited by their incompatibility with typical computer-center equipment.
"Separated for incompatibility of temper; that was all," said Mrs. Brand coolly.
incompatible in·com·pat·i·ble (ĭn'kəm-pāt'ə-bəl)
Incapable of associating or blending or of being associated or blended because of disharmony, incongruity, or antagonism.
Producing an undesirable effect when used in combination with a particular substance, as a medicine in combination with alcohol.
Not suitable for combination or administration because of immunological differences, as blood types.