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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincidentallyin‧ci‧den‧tal‧ly /ˌɪnsəˈdentəli/ ●○○ AWL adverb  1 [sentence adverb]AND/ALSO used to add more information to what you have just said, or to introduce a new subject that you have just thought of syn by the way Incidentally, where were you born? The wine, incidentally, goes very well with a mature cheese.2 CHANCE/BY CHANCEin a way that was not planned, but as a result of something else Quite incidentally, I got some useful information at the party.
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incidentallyHe had a tremendous wang, incidentally.It is, incidentally, a career in which women are making particular headway.The moon landing was only incidentally about science.Hincmar reveals more than Dhuoda about eating arrangements, and, incidentally, about the lay-out of the palace-complex.The worm generally has a low pathogenicity, and the majority of infections are discovered only incidentally at postmortem examination.One will be for a fast and reliable commuter line across Kent, which could incidentally carry cross-Channel traffic.The improvement, incidentally, is amazing.The criticism of Turgenev is only incidentally that he is stuck in the 1840s and not far-sighted enough.The symphony, incidentally, will perform outdoors for its final concert.
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