incidentally incidentally  /ˌɪn sɪ ˈdɛn tə li/

Definition(s):

  1. (adv) introducing a different topic; in point of fact
  2. (adv) of a minor or subordinate nature

Usage(s):

  1. He is now back advising Junior, to the dismay of head trainer Roger, his brother, who, incidentally, just finished a six-month jail stretch for battery.
  2. He is now back advising Junior, to the dismay of head trainer Roger, his brother, who, incidentally, just finished a six-month jail stretch for battery.
  3. Holy Cross doctors took X rays which indicated stomach cancer, and incidentally showed a stonelike mass, 6 in.

News

  1. Cyber Plots: If You’re Reading This, You’re Not Safe

    Officials in both the United States and China are fond of saying they're the frequent targets of cyber criminals, and they're right. Incidentally, the two nations also often serve as the launch pad for attacks. It's especially true of the … Continue reading ?
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Exchange via Yahoo! Finance

  2. Swedish Royal Wedding: Well Played, Princess Madeleine/Predictably Played, Princess Sadface

    Princess Madeleine — who, incidentally, turns 31 today — is fourth in line for the Swedish throne, and got married over the weekend to a British-American banker she met in the U.S. But it is juicy and soapy, just as we would always want royal shenanigans to be: She met Chris O’Neill when she fled here after a broken engagement that it SOUNDS like she had to pretend was still intact long enough ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Go Fug Yourself

Quotes

  1. Sudhir says "While the working title was Dil Dar-ba-Dar, over the weeks of editing my team was equally divided between calling the film Yeh Saali Zindagi, hence the dilemma. Incidentally, both these titles also represent equally strong songs in the...
    on Jul 7, 2010 By: Sudhir Mishra Source: Times of India

  2. "This is exactly the kind of system, incidentally, that the federal government should be building for cities, but since they don't seem to be doing it, we are doing it on our own," Bloomberg said. "Right now, cities are fighting largely in...
    on Feb 13, 2008 By: Michael Bloomberg Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

  3. "And I found this conference that they had, questioning the Holocaust, to be shocking beyond belief. I don't believe, incidentally, that it is supported by the majority of Iranian people, but it is a deeply extreme regime and it is hostile to our...
    on Dec 12, 2006 By: Tony Blair Source: Washington Post

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