incorrectness


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Synonyms for incorrectness

an act or thought that unintentionally deviates from what is correct, right, or true

Synonyms for incorrectness

lack of conformity to social expectations

the quality of not conforming to fact or truth

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Now after nearly five years of mischief, bad behaviour and political incorrectness, it is hitting the road.
A presentation in July 2011 on a 'counterjihad', Dooley asserted that the rise of "military Islam/Islamist resurgence" compelled the United States to consider extreme measures, "unconstrained by fears of political incorrectness.
It's full of mischief, bad behaviour and political incorrectness.
You'd need to be foreign to be permitted to say such a thing, as anyone else would be presumed to be a member of the National Front and prosecuted for political incorrectness.
And as the longest-serving royal consort, the Duke of Edinburgh - born Philippos on a dining room table in Corfu in 1921 - can celebrate his 90th birthday knowing that he is the uncrowned king of political incorrectness.
I really wanted to be a Jew and then I found out that I was really a Nazi," said the filmmaker notorious for black humor and political incorrectness.
The musical comedy has been merrily spreading mischief, bad behaviour and political incorrectness on Broadway and in London's West End and is now touring the UK for the first time.
He's back for more, celebrating bad acting, pointless products and political incorrectness in the world of TV advertising, with a collection of toe-curlingly awful commercials.
In each, Donald has saddled the fancied Cloudy Lane in vain pursuit of adding a victory of his own to the four already won by that 80-year-old scion of political incorrectness that is Ginger McCain.
The search for dark energy has grated on my amateur theoretical instincts for years, as it represents a "correction factor" for the incorrectness of our theories.
WHEN I heard the former leader of the UK Independence Party calling for burkas to be banned, I sighed and shook my head - it's political incorrectness gone mad.
By the time you read this, she will have recognized her own political incorrectness and changed the verbiage to "person-caused disasters," or maybe "person-caused occasions of unpleasantness.
His gaffes, insults, political incorrectness and misplaced jokes have kept the media happy and the public laughing for years.
com) held at the University of California, Los Angeles addressing overcoming conflicts in Africa; a lecture by Paul Von Blum of UCLA on Paul Robeson as a public intellectual; a report/resolution from the November 19-23, 2008 Institute of the Black World 21st Century conference held in New Orleans, Louisiana; and last, three book reviews examining Afrocentricity, the political incorrectness of Black conservatives, and the politics of globalization in the economic community of West Africa.
Sportswriting is in many ways the last refuge of political incorrectness, with its decided indifference to the call of diversity.