Definition of incoherence:
disorder (part of speech: noun)
- obscurity (part of speech: noun)
- looseness (part of speech: noun)
He was thus at the opposite extreme from herself, but, as a consequence of it, also wandering and lost; and he was furthermore, for all his temporary incoherence, to which she guessed there would be some key, as great a reality as either Mrs. Lowder or Kate.- "The Wings of the Dove, Volume 1 of 2", Henry James.
- "The Gem Collector", P. G. Wodehouse.
A distant neighbour of Sir Jocelin, hearing by chance of his extremity, had invoked the assistance of this firm; but the aged baronet, being in a state of the utmost feebleness, terror, and indeed hysterical incoherence, had been able to utter no word in explanation of his condition or wishes, and, in silent abandonment, had merely handed the book to the agent.- "Prince Zaleski", M.P. Shiel.