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incidental
used in The Bourne Supremacy

15 uses
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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.)
  • Only they said the woman was incidental, the driver was the target.
    Chapter 28 (33% in)
  • 'Yet despite everything that happened to him, and with the woman's help — she was an economist for the Canadian Government, incidentally — he came within moments of pulling the whole damn thing off.
    Chapter 2 (50% in)
  • To defuse the connection, the most plausible way was to emphasize the short duration of that absence and to face the issue with a straightforward dismissal such as 'Incidentally, if you're wondering whether this has anything to do with... well, don't.
    Chapter 6 (28% in)
  • 'Incidentally, who did make those arrangements?
    Chapter 8 (24% in)
  • Incidentally, you will pay for the hospitalization of one man with a broken arm and two others who claim they are still in shock with extremely painful necks.
    Chapter 11 (71% in)
  • Incidentally, why is he to stay out of Macao?
    Chapter 11 (72% in)
  • Incidentally, those were London's words.'
    Chapter 11 (88% in)
  • Incidentally, I've moved to an office down the hall.
    Chapter 15 (81% in)
  • 'If the phones are working — a condition that's a plus for your Judas, incidentally — it's a simple matter to have calls transferred from one room to another.
    Chapter 23 (22% in)
  • And what I've seen and heard marks me for death ... Incidentally, if he wonders why I didn't confide in him, tell him he was far too obvious, too anxious — and that suddenly loosened mouthpiece.
    Chapter 27 (49% in)
  • Incidentally, to jog your memory, I'm the only one who talked to David before he came over here.
    Chapter 28 (23% in)
  • On your backl Incidentally, you can shout as loud as you want, no one will understand you.
    Chapter 29 (95% in)
  • Incidentally, in the scenario I gave the press people, I told them to stress the fact that the man who attacked the house was obviously an expert in demolition.
    Chapter 34 (6% in)
  • Incidentally, we'll be followed, you know that, don't you?'
    Chapter 37 (14% in)
  • Incidentally, the doctor tells me Lin Wenzu will pull through.
    Chapter 37 (88% in)

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