In an involuntary manner; done without conscious thought.(adverb)
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Use "involuntarily" in a sentence
"As it is, Bobby Garwood was a major embarrassment to two government: the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, for their claiming no living Americans remain involuntarily in their country, and to the U.S. for believing them."
"House cleaning, voluntarily and/or involuntarily, is required and a fresh start is needed."
""Long Sin," came the name involuntarily to my lips, for I knew that Wu would delegate just such a job to his faithful slave."