Definition Incidentally

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Definition

incidentally: also, apart from the main subject, by the way
adverb

incidental: accidental, fortuitous; secondary, less important
adjective
Pronunciation examples
UK: Incidentally, where were you last night?
US: Kevin's business trip included some incidental expenses.

Examples

  • "It is my hope that we will be able to arrange a meeting at your offices before the end of the month, as I will be in the Chicago area for a friend's bachelor party (I am also a bachelor, incidentally)."
  • "I noticed you've got a fancy yellow tennis racket, which incidentally is very gay."
  • "They are distracting and incidental."
  • "Incidentally, there are a lot of French people in the house tonight!"
  • "Incidentally, welcome back, Edward Moon."
  • "Icarus : Welcome to the "super duper mystery solving laboratory" everyone, which incidentally doubles as my office."
  • "Icarus : Welcome to the "super duper mystery solving laboratory", everyone, which incidentally doubles as my office."
  • "Incidentally, are you sure we banned the right Icarus?"
  • "Incidentally, food manufacturers and major supermarkets are currently recruiting models for both the obese and slim photographs."
  • "Incidentally, you might want to RUN!"

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