Origin of incontinent
OTHER WORDS FROM incontinentin·con·ti·nence, in·con·ti·nen·cy, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH incontinentincontinent , inconsistent
Words nearby incontinent
How to use incontinent in a sentence
For example, he became incontinent and his personality was very changed.
The famously unscripted, undisciplined, verbally incontinent VP tends to offer a little something for everyone.The Pros and Cons of Joe Biden Hitting the Campaign Trail|Michelle Cottle|March 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
What followed for eight years could have been more accurately called “Incontinent conservatism.”
For the incontinent, whether in the bonds of wedlock or not, Gods direct, providential judgments will overtake.The Expositor's Bible: The Epistle to the Hebrews|Thomas Charles Edwards
Ceux qui estoient dedans n'allerent pas incontinent fond, ils s'attacherent quelque temps la challouppe.History of the Discovery of the Northwest by John Nicolet in 1634|Consul Willshire Butterfield
All his feelings were of the same incontinent maudlin kind, easily flowing into temptation, and subjecting themselves to a ruler.The Town|Leigh Hunt
It was so now; but the more part melted away incontinent until but three were left.
She threw up her chin and made a step and a cry at me, so that I fell back incontinent.