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incongruent in math, not corresponding or coinciding, as two geometrical figures. [2 definitions]
incongruity the condition of being inappropriate or inconsistent. [2 definitions]
incongruous not suitable or fitting; out of place. [3 definitions]
inconsequent not following logically, as from a premise. [4 definitions]
inconsequential of little or no consequence; not important.
inconsiderable too small or valueless to be worthy of attention; insignificant.
inconsiderate lacking in thoughtfulness or consideration for others.
inconsistency an instance of contradiction or illogic. [2 definitions]
inconsistent not following a regular pattern; variable. [2 definitions]
inconsolable not able to be comforted, or incapable of being relieved by comforting.
inconsonant not in harmony or accord.
inconspicuous not obvious or readily apparent; easily overlooked.
inconstant changeable, esp. frequently and at random; not faithful or reliable.
incontestable not subject to dispute or questioning.
incontinent incapable of controlling urination and defecation. [2 definitions]
in contrast used to indicate that there is a strong or noticable difference between the one thing that has just been discussed and the second thing that is about to be discussed (sometimes fol. by "to" or "with").
incontrovertible not able to be questioned or disputed.
inconvenience the condition or quality of being awkward or troublesome. [3 definitions]
inconvenient causing extra effort or time. [3 definitions]
inconvertible not capable of being exchanged for coin, as paper currency.
incorporate to include or blend into a larger thing that already exists. [5 definitions]