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 (ĭn′kŏm-prĭ-hĕn′sĭv, ĭn-kŏm′-)
Limited in scope; not all-inclusive.

in′com·pre·hen′sive·ly adv.


(ˌɪnkɒmprɪˈhɛnsɪv; ɪnˌkɒm-)
not comprehensive; limited in range or scope
ˌincompreˈhensively adv
ˌincompreˈhensiveness n
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Adj.1.incomprehensive - not comprehensive
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Nevertheless, President Trump and many others, incomprehensively, seem to maintain that the way to counter violence in schools is to have people armed in the schools which only escalates violence and heightens the chance for trouble.
"Even now you can't walk down Barnton Street without idiots shouting incomprehensively at each other across the street; it's rough as hell.
"We are living evidence of a history that has far too often been romanticized, glamorized, and inaccurately and incomprehensively documented." The book is divided into five sections, each challenging a different facet of traditional adoption narratives through the lens of Lee's personal experience to serve as a memoir in verse.
Remember, it was George Bush who incomprehensively invaded Iraq and screwed up Afghanistan.
The resulting world is, to human minds, incomprehensively complex, but it is unclear to me that it is literally infinite.
On the other side is the Tech Singularity, seminally formulated by the celebrated mathematician John von Neumann as the approaching juncture at which "technological progress will become incomprehensively rapid and complicated", prior to which "the ever-accelerating progress of technology ...
"Our leaders engaged in nation-building abroad but failed to build up and replenish our nation at home," Trump said, blaming his predecessor for a "disastrous, weak and incomprehensively bad deal with Iran and allow[ing] terrorists, such as ISIS, to gain control of vast parts of territory all across the Middle East."
This brought him face to face with his first epiphany: "The Pearl River Delta ecosystem is incomprehensively vast." Shenzhen, in 2007, had 9 million people.
We can read it as reality shot through with a beautiful sense of exaggeration that opens us up to incomprehensively abundant grace.