involuntarily : Definition, Usages, News and More

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in voh luhn tuh ri lee

  • r  against your will
    he was involuntarily held against his will

  • Even without the vibration, you would involuntarily tense and release just to hold the pose.
  • Paris Hilton was involuntarily swept into this year's Presidential campaign when John McCain compared Barack Obama to the heiress unfavorably in a campaign ad titled " .
  • The new study found that people who suffered from "significant dozing" those who almost always fell asleep involuntarily during the day were 4.
News & Articles


  • Tucker Carlson in Sacramento Bee
    Another week, it's Tucker Carlson saying that Hillary is a castrating woman (July 16 on MSNBC: "When she comes on television, I involuntarily cross my legs").
  • Jeff Adams in
    The substance was involuntarily consumed,Adams said during a news conference Tuesday. "I didn't cheat, there was no performance enhancing, but I'm being treated like a cheater and I really don't understand that. I hope this is going to be...
  • Chris Daly in San Francisco Chronicle (blog)
    I care more about the people at the jail, the people who are there involuntarily, if we have a seismic incident, then I do about the rest of the people at 850 Bryant,said Daly, who said the inclusion of money for new lockups would have...

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