He arrived late with an incoherent excuse involving measles, his car, and a policeman.
Advanced English Dictionary
+adjective 1 (of people) unable to express yourself clearly, often because of emotion: She broke off, incoherent with anger. Antonym: COHERENT 2 (of sounds) not clear and hard to understand Synonym: UNINTELLIGIBLE Rachel whispered something incoherent. 3 not logical or well organized: an incoherent text / policy Antonym: COHERENT incoherence noun [U]: Having lapsed into complete incoherence, he fell silent. incoherently adverb
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