Middle English from Old French from Latin incontinēnsincontinent-unrestrainedin-notin–1continēnscontinentcontinent2
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Old French incontinent, from Latinincontinens
Incontinent Sentence Examples
Your pet may become incontinent, and there are products on the market for that too.
If the laity were to stand aloof from all incontinent priests, while (as the most orthodox churchmen constantly complained) many priests were still incontinent, then this could only result in estranging large bodies of the laity from the sacraments of the church.
There was a nice little old lady who was slightly incontinent.
She could not drink; she could not speak; she could not eat; she was doubly incontinent.
He was in a mess, had terrible ear and teeth problems and was also incontinent.