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incoherent

adjective
     
in‧co‧her‧ent
1 not expressed or organized clearly, and therefore difficult to understand:
an incoherent, over-long action movie
He called the policy 'incoherent and ill-thought out'.
2 speaking in a way that cannot be understood, because you are drunk, feeling a strong emotion etc:
Ben, drunk and incoherent, slumped in a chair.
incoherently adverb:
She began to mutter incoherently.
incoherence noun [uncountable]

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