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in·ces·tu·ous

(in-ses'chū-ŭs),
1. Pertaining to incest.
2. Guilty of incest.

in·ces·tu·ous

(in-ses'chū-ŭs)
1. Pertaining to incest.
2. Guilty of incest.

incestuous

Pertaining to INCEST.
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The 3-pillar system also helps to prevent the type of incestuousness that can be harmful to a profession.
27) The incestuousness of the love plot, with son acting as rival to father, is enhanced by the constant references to Hamlet throughout the novel.
They fail to see that the seething incestuousness must relate to the Sidney family.
the incestuousness suggested in the speech) along with hyperbole and irony.
The kinky incestuousness of this midrash--three in the bedroom--follows naturally from other moments of passing in the Genesis narratives.
Unfortunately, this "explanation" does not explain why souls inside animals are divine; nor, indeed, the reason for the incestuousness.
The corridor lounger also notes a certain incestuousness among the conference participants.
The showbiz community is displaying an ominous incestuousness and copy-cat mentality both in terms of styles and story ideas.
It might not be legally advisable for me to concur but, like the only non-critic among the judges, viewers might reasonably feel this "you scratch my funny bone and I'll scratch yours" stank of incestuousness.
Perhaps understandably, there is a certain incestuousness in the writings of the conspiracists as each footnotes each other's work.
With the inherent incestuousness of the Washington press and political class, isn't it impossible to fully disclose every connection?