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Origin of involuntary
SYNONYMS FOR involuntary
synonym study for involuntary
OTHER WORDS FROM involuntaryin·vol·un·tar·i·ly [in-vol-uhn-ter-uh-lee, -vol-uhn-tair-], /ɪnˈvɒl ənˌtɛr ə li, -ˌvɒl ənˈtɛər-/, adverbin·vol·un·tar·i·ness, noun
Example sentences from the Web for involuntary
He obliged and as we stood for the picture my CP caused me to involuntarily tickle him.
Out loud, involuntarily, and I never felt self-conscious about it.‘Killzone: Shadow Fall’ Review: Oh My God, This PlayStation 4 Game Is Beautiful|Alec Kubas-Meyer|November 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It turns out that even the involuntarily committed find it easy to buy weapons under existing background checks.
She also, understandably, had sought to have Adam involuntarily committed.
The race when Tucker Carlson said he involuntarily crossed his legs whenever he caught sight of Hillary Clinton on television.How Women Managed Historic Victories on Election Day 2012|Allison Yarrow|November 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Involuntarily Morrison, like thousands of others, had screened his sight with his hands after the second flash.Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams
Involuntarily she got up, holding out her arms to him, offering herself to his needs, with her frightened eyes fixed on his.Birthright|T.S. Stribling
Involuntarily Thomas put forth his hand to hold her back; but he needed not to do so.The Life of Thomas Wanless, Peasant|Alexander Johnstone Wilson
There involuntarily we came to a halt, and looked at each other, for neither of us exactly ventured to express his thoughts.The Oriental Story Book|Wilhelm Hauff
Involuntarily she rose to her feet; Calvin rose too, looking anxiously down at her.The Wooing of Calvin Parks|Laura E. Richards