from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being incontinuous.
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One must always go back to Basics, when there is a seeming incontinuity.
I see this comic as something fun for adult fans to get into, telling incontinuity stories from a modern classic era, and a great way for younger fans of X-Men to get into a comic of them without it being too heavy or confusing to them.
From what he had observed of the incontinuity of the breed mind in any given direction, he strongly suspected if they kept still throughout the first part of the night Xavier would fall asleep before morning.
He is so much in love with life, for life's sake, that he cannot even credit the possibility of incontinuity; his assurance of eternity in another world is at least in part due to his despair at not being eternal in this.
Instead they send him to the most dysfunctional organization in the NFL, only rivaled by the Redskins and the Lions when it comes to incontinuity and inconsistency.
Dear, It's callad incontinuity, and mostly caused by the laziness of the scriptwriter. tells Ms. Chips voice from the bathroom.
Sterne’s incontinuity of narration, the purposeful irrelation of parts, the use of anecdote and episode, which to the stumbling reader reduce his books to collections of disconnected essays and instances, gave to