On June 5, 2013, Thor Batista was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and slapped with a $450,000 fine.
Giving in to the substance is as involuntary as breathing; you can hold your breath for a while.
He sees wet users brought into the hospital on “302s,” the code referring to involuntary commitments, at least once a week.
Imprinting is introduced in Eclipse as an involuntary, lifelong attachment to a soul mate.
involuntary manslaughter: Sometimes called “misdemeanor manslaughter,” this is the lowest form of homicide charges.
There was an involuntary touch of sadness in the man's quiet speech.
A kind of net for effecting an involuntary change of environment.
All voluntary acts, we are told, depend on the memory of involuntary acts of the same sort previously performed.
The parson wrung his hands in an involuntary gesture of appeal.
The countess had not heard the enthusiastic encomium of Maurice, nor his last, involuntary remark.
involuntary in·vol·un·tar·y (ĭn-vŏl'ən-těr'ē)
Not subject to control of the volition.
Acting or done without or against one's will.