from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Unintentionally, because of an oversight.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an inadvertent manner; heedlessly; carelessly; inconsiderately; unintentionally.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without knowledge or intention
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I am utterly convinced that Rawls, perhaps inadvertently, is greatly responsible for the recent “everybody is a victim” nonsense.
Fact is, by putting this out there, McCain inadvertently dared the left to show their hypocrisy.
Ah, so Bernstein inadvertently lets slip his true opinion.
So, inadvertently, is it possible that you are being used to promote a meme?
Interpretation the post's title inadvertently says it all
I'm talking, writes his name inadvertently on cakes and everything.
So we think, somehow, your name inadvertently was left off the list.
It seems that some of the documents that Sandy Berger carried away inadvertently from the National Archives while preparing for his 9/11 Commission testimony had to do with port and airport security, and John Kerry has, not suprisingly, urged that port and airport security be improved.
Joe Clark, a freelance disabled-rights activist, talks to the Toronto Star about the growing, positive trend of making TV and films accessible to the deaf and blind, and about the CRTC's (the Canadian equivalent of the FCC, which, among other things, regulates Canadian television/radio to ensure that a minimum proportion of the programming has "Canadian content") role in inadvertently undermining it:
Colorado's Shjon Podein inadvertently poked it in, lifting Edmonton into a 1-1 tie.