Incidentally meaning

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Incidentally is defined as a new, but related, point or something that is less important.

An example of incidentally is when you discover that someone is pregnant only because you are conducting a medical exam for something else and happen to check for pregnancy.

An example of incidentally is what you might say to your friend after you have just made the point that your friend is always late; "Incidentally, you were an hour late today."

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Apart from the main subject; parenthetically.
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As a minor or subordinate matter.

By profession a lawyer and incidentally a musician.

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In an incidental manner; as something less important but associated.
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As a new but related point; by the way.
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(manner) In an incidental manner; not of central or critical importance.

The book discussed the subject, but only incidentally.

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By chance; in an unplanned way.
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(speech act, conjunctive) Parenthetically, by the way.

Incidentally, did you hear anything new from your brother yesterday?

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Origin of incidentally