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Example sentences for involuntarily

The patient starts to twitch and involuntarily the tongue starts to twitch, and then the whole body starts to convulse.
In pianists, for example, the fingers might clutch inward involuntarily every time they attempt to strike a key.
Most interestingly, the brains of rats that had consumed cocaine involuntarily did not show such imprints.
No country should be fining people for involuntarily overstaying their visas.
My legs twitched involuntarily, the movement an outward manifestation of an impulse to flee.
Not to mention they are public employees, so the taxpayers are involuntarily paying their salaries.
Yawning involves opening the mouth involuntarily while taking a long, deep breath of air.
The proposed rule also would increase the potential compensation for being involuntarily bumped from oversold flights.
Always remember to confirm your reservation so you will be eligible for compensation in case you are involuntarily bumped.
The history of the right of a state to commit individuals involuntarily is presented.

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