Meaning of incestuously in English:

incestuously

Pronunciation /ɪnˈsɛstjʊəsli/

adverb

See incestuous

‘It said a number of split capital trusts - marketed as a safe way to save for school fees or retirement - had suffered problems after gearing themselves up with bank borrowings and then incestuously investing in each other's funds.’
  • ‘Economics and politics are incestuously fused here in a way that is difficult to imagine for those in the West.’
  • ‘The sorcery of his half-sister, the adultery of his wife and best friend, and his incestuously conceived son who becomes his nemesis all play their part in its, and his, doom.’
  • ‘With this dog, her own son, Echidna incestuously begat the Sphinx.’
  • ‘He first appears after the death of Drusilla, his incestuously beloved sister.’