incontinence

[ in-kon-tn-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF incontinence

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Secondly they mean to charge her with incontinence with Bothwell, and others.

The causes of incontinence are the same as those of unchastity.

The punishment of a Vestal Virgin for incontinence was death.

It is an incontinence of brilliance, graceless and aggressive, a glaring swagger.

Incontinence in respect of anger is not so bad as in respect of desire.

Whether any of the aforesaid or others in sacred orders are incontinent, and in what kind of incontinence.

Again Robineau felt the long beard, and he cried out, thinking that the devil meant to punish him for his incontinence.

Incontinence in men, as well as unchastity in women, was thought to be punished by these little insects.

It is a device of the unchaste—a lame excuse for their own incontinence, unfounded on any physiological law.

The filthy disease produced by incontinence is likewise common among them.

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