Incondite/fluctuation

Ballsy was an incondite man, not quite fitting in with his art opening’s crowd; while they spoke about how his paintings bubbled over with angry fire, he clued them into how farting with reckless abandon and measuring the fluctuation of sound and smell was the sole inspiration for his work.
-Gladys Potter

Mendl’s fluctuations between an incondite scallawag and a high class broad were driving Sir Mendl crazy–so he did the natural thing and imprisoned her in a tea shop.

–Cindy Capleton

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