Berliners for the most part simply lived with it, incongruous and sinister as it was.
“I was 11 years old,” he says, in his gravelly voice that carries an incongruous hint of Brooklyn (Gosling is Canadian).
It is impossible to overstate just how isolated and incongruous Lady Thatcher was when she entered Parliament in 1959.
Even those who were not already republicans wanted the royals to be more aware of how incongruous their profligacy seemed.
He does not take umbrage at the incongruous presence of the housekeeper in a presidential suite that is still occupied.
An arcade of the time of the Renaissance, extremely beautiful, but incongruous, encloses these carvings.
The silliness of the situation burned her sense of the incongruous.
It came to him as a thing absurd and incongruous that this should be his home.
Ah, it looked grim and incongruous in that peaceful English nursery!
Another time Jason might have laughed at his incongruous waddle, but not now.
characterized by inconsistency
Latin in- + congruere 'to come together'