|incoherent /ˌɪnkoʊˈhirənt/ adjective|
comparative and superlative forms: more incoherent; most incoherent
: not coherent: such as
a : not able to talk or express yourself in a clear way that can be easily understood • The fever made her incoherent. • He was very upset and practically incoherent after the accident. • an incoherentpatient
b : not logical or well-organized : not easy to understand • anincoherent story [=a story that does not make sense] • The memo is completely incoherent.
— incoherence /ˌɪnkoʊˈhirəns/ noun [noncount] • The patient experiences periods of incoherence. • They criticized him for theincoherence of his writing.
— incoherently adverb • She responded incoherently.