incident[ in-si-duhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF incident
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCIDENT
It is not necessary to dwell on every incident of this terrible journey.
As we have seen, he cannot keep the incident out of his plays.
Shakespeare should never have used this incident; it is a blot on his conception.
Small as the incident was, it marked a change in Sidney's position in the ward.
Miss Bartlett was pleased to look upon this incident as funny.
And now there happened about as wonderful an incident as anything that I have yet told you.
After the incident of the birds and cage, my sagacity was for some time at fault.
Another side to it is shown by an incident that happened about a week later.
Here an incident occurred that is sufficiently singular to be mentioned.
Let pious women, especially, take a lesson from this incident.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INCIDENT
- not lineal
- associated with
- conjoined with
- coupled with
- in tempo
- in time