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Synonyms for incidental

not part of the real or essential nature of a thing

Synonyms for incidental

(frequently plural) an expense not budgeted or not specified

an item that is incidental

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(sometimes followed by 'to') minor or casual or subordinate in significance or nature or occurring as a chance concomitant or consequence

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not of prime or central importance

following or accompanying as a consequence

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In another study, Vidal (2011) conducted a comparison of the effects of listening and reading for the incidental acquisition and retention of vocabulary.
3] According to the TNM staging system, incidental tumour in less than 5% of resected prostate tissue is subclassified in clinical stage T1a; tumour found in more than 5% of resected tissue is subclassified as T1b.
Pakistani media sources reported that the death toll was mostly in Lahore city where houses collapsed and that some victims died because of incidental electrocution caused by flood waters.
In March of 2013, the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG) issued recommendations for the reporting of incidental findings produced by clinical exorne and genome sequencing (1,2).
Doctors dub this the dreaded ''incidentaloma'' -- so-called incidental findings that tell people more than they bargained for, things they might not need or want to know.
What if gene analysis uncovers "incidental findings" about risk faced by asymptomatic patients, like the "in cidentalomas" described in "When to worry about incidental renal and adrenal masses" on page 476?
The spray meets NSF-H1 and FDA requirements for incidental food contact.
The results in these studies seem to show that incidental similarity fosters social relationships.
com)-- Val Stasik's debut novel, Incidental Daughter, is for readers who would enjoy a family drama interwoven with romance, mystery, and a touch of the paranormal.
Incidental bone tumors are asymptomatic lesions that are discovered by routine radiographs obtained for other reasons.
Age of all of the patients having incidental cancer was above 60 years.
He said Iran is lasting but the project is incidental and temporary.
Incidental learning might be defined as what a person learns through informal communicative interactions with others in public and educational settings.
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