n (frequently plural) an expense not budgeted or not specified
he requested reimbursement of $7 for incidental expenses
n an item that is incidental
a (sometimes followed by `to') minor or casual or subordinate in significance or nature or occurring as a chance concomitant or consequence
incidental expenses the road will bring other incidental advantages extra duties incidental to the job labor problems incidental to a rapid expansion confusion incidental to a quick change
s not of prime or central importance
s following or accompanying as a consequence
snags incidental to the changeover in management
12 Sketchbooks of the Pros If you're an artist, your sketchbook probably looks pretty standard. But what if you're an "anthropomorphist architect?" Or an elephant? SEE ALSO: More Comics on Mashable In this comic, Grant Snider of Incidental Comics illustrates sketchbooks for a variety of professions, but somewhere between marine biologist and "frustrated origamist," things get a little strange. Which is your favorite? You ...
June 12, 2013 - Mashable
Anthony Kennedy in The Wichita Eagle It should come as no surprise that a legitimate policy directing law enforcement to arrest and detain individuals because of their suspected link to the (9/11) attacks would produce a disparate, incidental impact on Arab Muslims,Kennedy said....
Dean McAmmond in Forbes I think it should have been a suspension because it was a blow to the head,McAmmond said. "It wasn't incidental. It's not like that couldn't have been avoided."
Tom Coughlin in SI.com I don't think we want to necessarily push him any further than that. He's done well with everything we've asked,Coughlin said of Toomer. "He's had some incidental contact and jumped right back up, so I think he's done well."