Definition of incontinently in English:


Pronunciation /inˈkän(t)(ə)nəntlē/ /ɪnˈkɑn(t)(ə)nəntli/

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‘Journalism has always been a profession for misfits, contrarians, the incontinently curious, compulsives, obsessives, drunks and womanisers, the wilfully incompetent and the instinctively talented.’
  • ‘He's never happier than when bodily fluids are flowing incontinently.’
  • ‘On two continents, they incontinently spout platitudes, nonsense, tall tales, or pseudopoetic fantasies.’
  • ‘Her work can sprawl incontinently, and it depends on some brilliant assists of music, set designs, lighting and costumes.’
  • ‘As a show aimed at the older generation, it had me laughing incontinently.’