1.not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects of something.
"the duffel coat looked incongruous with the black dress she wore underneath"
synoniemen: out of place, out of keeping, inappropriate, unsuitable, unsuited, not in harmony
1.Even The Detractors Who Defend Her Conduct On The Plea That She Was A Dastard And A Dupe Are Compelled In The Same Breath To Retract This Implied Reproach, And To Admit, With Illogical Acclamation And incongruous Applause, That The World Never Saw More Splendid Courage At The Service Of More Brillia
2.With A Very Few Exceptions The Speeches Are Dignified In Tone, Full Of Life And Have At Least A Dramatic Propriety, While Of Such incongruous And Laboured Absurdities As The Speech Which Dionysius Puts Into The Mouth Of Romulus, After The Rape Of The Sabine Women, There Are No Instances In Livy.
3.The Bulk Of These In Due Course Underwent Transformation Either Complete Or Partial, But There Was Always A Residuum Of incongruous And Inconsistent Elements Existing Side By Side With The Essential Truths Of Christianity.
4.To Share With The Minister Such General Oversight Is Not Regarded By Intelligent And Influential Laymen As An incongruous Or Unworthy Office; But To Identify The Duties Of The Eldership, Even In Theory, With Those Of The Minister Is A Sure Way Of Deterring From Accepting Office Many Whose Counsel An
5.incongruous Punishments Force Nfl To Get Serious About Domestic Violence