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un·cal·cu·lat·ed

 (ŭn-kăl′kyə-lā′tĭd)
adj.
Not thought out in advance; spontaneous.

uncalculated

(ʌnˈkælkjʊˌleɪtɪd)
adj
1. not calculated; that has not been computed or evaluated
2. not calculated or premeditated; spontaneous; unplanned
3. that has not been planned for or predicted; unexpected
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The results of life are uncalculated and uncalculable.
Two furnishing tradesmen at Brassing, whose bills had been incurred before his marriage, and whom uncalculated current expenses had ever since prevented him from paying, had repeatedly sent him unpleasant letters which had forced themselves on his attention.
Also Iranian President's Chief of Staff Mohammad Nahavandian said certain oil-producing countries have impaired the rights of others by taking uncalculated and unorganized actions.
It's an uncalculated punishment that harms the fame of the Kuwaiti sport," the minister told reporters this evening.
It is no longer acceptable to leave these risks uncalculated, uncontemplated or uncommunicated.
Proper use of OptionScape can help eliminate uncalculated market risks from option trading, empowering users to take calculated risks according to their risk tolerance or preferred risk-to-reward ratio.
That can be one uncalculated side effect of fighting against a common enemy," said an analyst quoted in the report.
A shameful and uncalculated diplomatic statement was issued by Sudan's presidential press secretary stated that "the Saudi authorities refused to give the plane carrying president al-Bashir permission to cross their airspace".
When Saddam invaded Kuwait in August 1990, Prince Saud was among the fiercest opponent of this uncalculated move.
March 14 said that "Lebanon enjoys a relative stability compared to the surrounding events," warning against "tempering with the stable security situation in the country through dragging people to popular movements that might take us to uncalculated chaos and clashes.
Moreover, Minister of Awqaf and Religious Affairs, Sheikh Yousef Adeis said that the attack against this church is not an individual and uncalculated act, but an action done with the protection of the Israeli government.
He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: "There are two types of decisions binding and non-binding, and at this stage we have the option to wait to listen and read the details," adding: "the executive is concerned away from uncalculated reactions which do not serve the country.