What followed for eight years could have been more accurately called “incontinent conservatism.”
Which she did incontinent, perhaps even more glad to get away than I was to see her vanish.
incontinent the kyng commaunded to take and put hym to dethe.
Flashed her eyes Terrific; whom with accents on the wing250 Of haste, incontinent he questioned thus.
An' his bearin's got hot again in a minute: he was an incontinent man.
Out of the licentious or incontinent actions of a husband's nature, conception after a time is discovered to take place.
But it is the incontinent men who commit all the crimes of this kind.
Whether any of the aforesaid or others in sacred orders are incontinent, and in what kind of incontinence.
You must call them all together, And they will hear you incontinent.
But, by the Prince's commandment, these were incontinent torn away again.
late 14c., "wanting in self restraint," from Old French incontinent, from Latin incontinentem (nominative incontinens) "incontinent, immoderate, intemperate," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + continens (see continent). Originally chiefly of sexual appetites; sense of "unable to control bowels or bladder" first attested 1828.
incontinent in·con·ti·nent (ĭn-kŏn'tə-nənt)
Lacking normal voluntary control of excretory functions.
Lacking sexual restraint; unchaste.