Example sentences for: incidentally

How can you use “incidentally” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • This grass, incidentally, was called thatch locally, suggesting an early colonial use for it.

  • This question was raised in 1968 by Harry Beck, a member of the Communications Workers of America, who sued his union because it was using his dues to help elect Hubert Humphrey (who lost, incidentally, even though labor was a much bigger force in American politics than it is today).

  • Incidentally, I seem to recall reading somewhere that skins as slang for `dollars' dates from frontier days when trappers used animal skins as currency, and is therefore much older than early 20th-century Harlem.

  • I can remember being greatly embarrassed once when I was trying to explain in Spanish about my being embarrassed, and how shocked my high school amigos were when I announced, they thought, that I was pregnant ( embarazada ). Incidentally, the last time we were in Guatemala we often heard the beautiful expression for `being pregnant,' tener gracia `to have grace' or `to be blessed.

  • (Incidentally, Frances Fitzgerald has written interestingly about the subject of contemporary new communities in Cities on a Hill .


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