incongruously, the sound system in the restaurant serenades diners with classical music.
And the incongruously bright, cheerful Haitian sky surely is a winning backdrop.
All of which makes Julie Chen an incongruously wonderful, androidesque host for the show.
At this moment, the sound of voices and the crashing chords of a piano broke in incongruously upon their mood.
Barnes was incongruously named when he was given the name of Harry.
This is one of the many striking instances in which the past and the present are incongruously united in Rome.
For an instant, in mid-air, Joe was incongruously aware of all the noises in the Shed.
As I passed close to one a faint clicking sounded, incongruously like the tapping of typewriter keys, but muffled.
Then incongruously enough he smiled as he thought of the boy's breaking voice.
They finished the day incongruously by taking a taxi home, Fanny yawning luxuriously all the way.
characterized by inconsistency
Latin in- + congruere 'to come together'