incongruity

  • 17incongruity — in·con·gru·i·ty || ‚ɪnkÉ™n gruːətɪ n. inconsistency; lack of harmony; unsuitability, quality of being inappropriate …

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  • 18incongruity — n. Unsuitableness, inconsistency, unfitness, inappropriateness, discrepancy, incompatibility, incoherence, absurdity, contrariety, contradiction, contradictoriness …

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  • 19incongruity — n 1. incompatibility, inconformability, discrepancy, disparity, divergence, diversity, difference, dissimilitude; inappropriateness, inaptness, inappositeness, unsuitabilty, unfitness, unfittingness, impropriety, unseemliness. 2. inconsonance,… …

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  • 20incongruity — in·congruity …

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  • 21incongruity — in•con•gru•i•ty [[t]ˌɪn kənˈgru ɪ ti, kəŋ [/t]] n. pl. ties 1) the quality or state of being incongruous 2) something incongruous • Etymology: 1525–35; < LL …

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  • 22incongruity — /ɪnkɒŋˈgruəti/ (say inkong groohuhtee) noun (plural incongruities) 1. the quality of being incongruous. 2. something incongruous …

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  • 23incongruity — noun the quality of disagreeing; being unsuitable and inappropriate • Syn: ↑incongruousness • Ant: ↑congruousness (for: ↑incongruousness), ↑congruity • Derivationally related forms: ↑ …

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  • 24Incongruities — Incongruity In con*gru i*ty, n.; pl. {Incongruities}. [Pref. in not + congruity: cf. F. incongruit[ e].] [1913 Webster] 1. The quality or state of being incongruous; lack of congruity; unsuitableness; inconsistency; impropriety. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 25irony of fate — incongruity between what is expected in life and the actual outcome …

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  • 26Humour — Hilarity redirects here. For the U.S. Navy ship, see USS Hilarity (AM 241). Hilarious redirects here. For the stand up special by Louis C.K., see Hilarious (album). For other uses, see Humour (disambiguation). Smiling can imply a sense of humour… …

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  • 27Theories of humor — are attempts to explain what causes people to perceive humor in things, events or texts. A closely related topic is the theories of laughter.uperiority theoryThe superiority theory of humor traces back to Plato and Aristotle, and Thomas Hobbes… …

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  • 28Irony — Ironic redirects here. For the song, see Ironic (song). For other uses, see irony (disambiguation). A Stop sign ironically defaced with a beseechment not to deface stop signs Irony (from the Ancient Greek εἰρωνεία eirōneía, meaning dissimulation… …

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  • 29Surreal humour — Surrealism Surrealist Manifesto Surrealist cinema Surrealist music Surrealist techniques Surreal humour is a form of humour based on violations of causal reasoning with events and behaviours that are logically incongruent. Constructions of… …

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  • 30Derivation of the Routh array — The Routh array is a tabular method permitting one to establish the stability of a system using only the coefficients of the characteristic polynomial. Central to the field of control systems design, the Routh–Hurwitz theorem and Routh array… …

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  • 31irony — noun (plural nies) Etymology: Latin ironia, from Greek eirōnia, from eirōn dissembler Date: 1502 1. a pretense of ignorance and of willingness to learn from another assumed in order to make the other s false conceptions conspicuous by adroit… …

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  • 32Napoleon (coin) — The Napoleon is the colloquial term for a former French gold coin. The coins were minted (at various times) in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 40, 50 and 100francs. This …

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