unmeant


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un·meant

 (ŭn-mĕnt′)
adj.
Not intentional.

unmeant

(ʌnˈmɛnt)
adj
unintentional; accidental
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These are the provisions which are helpful to provide justice and protection against unfair and unmeant trade.
One could hear cursing and unmeant bitching as crews stumbled in the dark to erect cam nets and digging in for protection from an enemy attack; we cut and poked branches holding up the nets to break the vehicle outline so as not to be recognised .
After all, Goffman's concepts of idealized performances, unmeant gestures, team collusion, and impression management all imply that historically defined (and developing) standards exist, against which "life itself is a dramatically enacted thing" (p.