incongruent

[in-kong-groo-uhnt, in-kuhn-groo-, -kuhng-]
adjective
not congruent.

Origin:
1525–35; < Latin incongruent- (stem of incongruēns) inconsistent. See in-3, congruent

incongruence, noun
incongruently, adverb

congruous, congruent, incongruous, incongruent.
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incongruous or incongruent (ɪnˈkɒŋɡrʊəs)
 
adj (when postpositive, foll by with or to)
1.  incompatible with (what is suitable); inappropriate
2.  containing disparate or discordant elements or parts
 
incongruent or incongruent
 
adj
 
in'congruously or incongruent
 
adv
 
in'congruently or incongruent
 
adv
 
in'congruousness or incongruent
 
n
 
in'congruence or incongruent
 
n

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Example sentences
Soldiers here searched for shade and ways to while away an incongruent
  abundance of free time.
Listening to all sides of the story paints a fascinatingly incongruent picture.
All these civilizations had to struggle with reconciling the incongruent
  motions.
The midlevel and corps ensemble is full of strong dancers, but sometimes looks
  ragged or stylistically incongruent.
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