Origin of incontinent
Related formsin·con·ti·nence, in·con·ti·nen·cy, noun
Examples from the Web for incontinent
What followed for eight years could have been more accurately called “Incontinent conservatism.”
To that end I show you she is incontinent, and practised in falsehood.
Flashed her eyes Terrific; whom with accents on the wing250 Of haste, incontinent he questioned thus.The Iliad of Homer|Homer
Incontinent the kyng commaunded to take and put hym to dethe.Shakespeare Jest-Books;|Unknown
He is very loose and incontinent of his coin, and lets it fly, like Jupiter, in a shower.
But, by the Prince's commandment, these were incontinent torn away again.The Well of Saint Clare|Anatole France