ETYM Latin discrepans, -antis, p. pr. of discrepare to sound differently or discordantly; dis- + crepare to rattle, creak: cf. Old Fren. discrepant. Related to Crepitate.
1. Not compatible with other facts; SYN. incompatible.
2. Not in agreement; SYN. inconsistent.
ETYM Pref. in- not + coherent: cf. French incohérent.
1. Unable to express oneself clearly or fluently; SYN. tongue-tied.
2. Unable to think or express one's thoughts in a clear or orderly manner.
3. Without logical or meaningful connection.