involuntary

[ in-vol-uhn-ter-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF involuntary

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVOLUNTARY

It was as though the involuntary kiss had lurched him forward into a futurity of misery.

A kind of net for effecting an involuntary change of environment.

The parson wrung his hands in an involuntary gesture of appeal.

She gave an involuntary look at the barn, where David was whistling a merry stave.

Again he had to control the involuntary movement of his left arm.

And at once, by an involuntary impulse, Pierre glanced at her arms.

Detestation of the high is the involuntary homage of the low.

My attachment to L——, as you say, is involuntary, and my love as pure as it is fervent.

Well, but what was the result of this involuntary impulse on my part?

Nona saw him jerk his head back, heard his involuntary cry of horror.

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