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incidental
used in The Bourne Identity

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Definition
something that comes with something else, but is less important than it
sometimes in a specialized sense, including:
  • incidental expenses or when in context, just incidentals — minor expenses not budgeted or not specified
  • incidental music — music in a play, television program, radio program, video game or some other form not primarily musical. (The term is less frequently applied to film music, with such music being referred to instead as the film score or soundtrack.)
  • "Don't make it what it wasn't" You are incidental, Doctor.
    Chapter 9 (29% in)
  • It was your idea, incidentally.
    Chapter 9 (43% in)
  • You're quite right, incidentally.
    Chapter 12 (20% in)
  • It concerns you, incidentally.
    Chapter 12 (53% in)
  • It's a painful exercise in incidental recollection.
    Chapter 13 (37% in)
  • Incidentally, that's a beaut; it's very sinister, very ominous.
    Chapter 16 (22% in)
  • After panicked checks were made by German agents all over England-and, incidentally, controlled and monitored by MI Five-the High Command in Berlin bought the story and shifted a large part of their defenses.
    Chapter 19 (79% in)
  • The names I submitted were those of anyone-no matter how remote-who might have learned the address of Treadstone, including, incidentally, all of us.
    Chapter 22 (38% in)
  • Incidentally, we don't trust the bookkeeper.
    Chapter 27 (71% in)
  • Incidentally, Washburn's passport wasn't even U.S. It was British.
    Chapter 34 (18% in)
  • Incidentally, she got in several hours ago.
    Chapter 34 (95% in)

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