incoherently (part of speech: adverb)
discontinuously, brokenly, sporadically, disjointedly
irresolutely (part of speech: adverb)
impulsively, shiftily, shyly, changeably, insipidly, weakly, tentatively, double-mindedly, capriciously, shrinkingly, unwillingly, halfheartedly, indecisively, ambivalently, hesitantly, uncertainly, spinelessly, unsurely, irresolutely, infirmly
differently (part of speech: adverb)
chaotically (part of speech: adverb)
incoherently, formlessly, messily, laxly, lawlessly, chaotically, indistinctly, amorphously, inchoately, indefinitely, shapelessly, insanely, inexactly, confusedly, unevenly, loosely, obscurely, disorderly
loosely (part of speech: adverb)
nonconformingly (part of speech: adverb)
outlandishly, quirkily, anomalously, singularly, novelly, unordinarily, idiosyncratically, freakishly, crazily, incompatibly, peculiarly, improperly, irregularly, nonconformingly, unfamiliarly, unconventionally, incongruously, erratically, unusually, untypically, funnily, atypically, uniquely, bizarrely, deviantly, curiously, uncustomarily, oddly, uncommonly, extraordinarily, exceptionally, queerly, eccentrically, strangely
- Yet oddly, and inconsistently, when he looked at the fine, honest, thoughtful, sensitive face beside him, something within him said, " I shall never let you go." - "A Letter of Credit", Susan Warner.
- In profoundly respectful Memoranda it has implored the Pope to act inconsistently, by administering the affairs of his States upon the principles of lay governments. - "The Roman Question", Edmond About.
- I inconsistently let the dear, cheery flowers grow and bloom their fill in the early season, when they lie close to the sward, but when they begin to stretch awkward, rubbery necks, and gape about as if to see where they might best shake out their seed puffs, they must be routed. - "People of the Whirlpool", Mabel Osgood Wright.