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1. The man was almost incoherent with fear.
2. He was confused and incoherent and I didn't get much sense out of him.
3. The talk she gave was incoherent and badly prepared.
4. To the listener, this music is incoherent and formless.
5. She broke off, incoherent with anger.
6. She became quite incoherent as the disease got worse.
7. Ben, drunk and incoherent, slumped in a chair.
8. The old man became incoherent as the disease got worse.
9. Muttering something incoherent, he moved away.
10. She was incoherent and incapable of unassisted movement.
11. But the present, incoherent system does need reform.
12. Last fall, Republicans offered an incoherent critique.
13. Rawlings gave rambling, incoherent answers.
14. One man was incoherent with grief.
15. To the listener, such music is incoherent and formless.
16. Harris gave rambling, incoherent answers to questions about the case.
17. Jacobitism as a movement was as yet too incoherent and badly organised, and lacked a firm social base.
18. I heard an incoherent mumble.
19. She dissolved into incoherent sobs.
20. He be so drink that he be quite incoherent.
21. She was clearly very ill, and at times her speech was incoherent.
22. Dennis the keyboard player in Relief comes over and talks incoherent rubbish to no-one in particular.
23. She tried to make sense of the dozens of scrawled, mostly incoherent pages Vilma sent in return.
24. Some of them feel a need to defend this by writing indigestible, difficult to understand books that are incoherent.
25. For the first day, she made some sense but by the third day she was totally incoherent.
26. La Stampa admitted that the supergrass accounts were at times contradictory and incoherent.
27. He acknowledges that if he finds against Mrs. McLoughlin the law of emotional injury will then be incoherent in principle.
28. Daniel wanted to call out his shock,[http://sentencedict.com] but the incoherent cry turned in his throat into a spurt of stomach bile.
29. The legal system flounders in its own morass of indefensible defendants, incoherent witnesses, and injudicious jurists.
30. This is revealed most tellingly when informants are given a passage that appears incoherent.
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