Incompossibility, it will be seen, is only incompatibility let loose.
The word "incompatibility" had not come into wide-spread use.
The ethnologist sees in it the incompatibility of Celt and Saxon.
"Separated for incompatibility of temper; that was all," said Mrs. Brand coolly.
Generally, however, as this incompatibility is accepted, it is not unchallenged.
The incompatibility of temper was not altogether on one side in that family quarrel.
In cases of mutual dislike, or incompatibility of temper, the woman is generally sent back to her parents.
She suspected that he was guilty of incompatibility—and she proved it, and got a divorce.
It is just the—the culmination of a long period of incompatibility.
This incompatibility is the true basis of the revolution in 1688.