Etymology
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incoherence (n.)

1610s, "want of coherence in thought or language," from in- (1) "not" + coherence; formed on model of Italian incoerenza. From 1670s in literal sense "want of physical coherence."

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Definitions of incoherence

incoherence (n.)
lack of cohesion or clarity or organization;
Synonyms: incoherency
incoherence (n.)
nonsense that is simply incoherent and unintelligible;
Synonyms: incoherency / unintelligibility
From wordnet.princeton.edu