undeliberate


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undeliberate

(ˌʌndɪˈlɪbərət)
adj
not deliberate
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One with a strong stomach and a hard head may be able to tolerate much of the unconscious and undeliberate cruelty and torture of the world that is perpetrated in hot blood and stupidity.
Unfortunately, for the delegation, the organizing committee decided to expel the team from the competition as they were unable to attend the draw despite efforts from the Bahraini team officials to explain the circumstances that led to this undeliberate incident.
Many cultivated plants of Cannabis are "land races"--populations domesticated in a locale, typically selected over long periods by unconscious (non-planned, undeliberate) selection by traditional farmers, usually adapted to local stresses, and often much more variable than modern cultivars.
Mohammed Abdulla Ahli, director-general of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA), and CEO of Dubai Air Navigation Services, warned that these undeliberate irresponsible acts could lead to serious consequences as these UAVs pose a threat to the safety of air navigation and to passengers.
Director-General of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) warned that these undeliberate irresponsible acts could lead to serious consequences.
Facial occlusions may occur for several intentional or undeliberate reasons (see Figure 1).
Yet each musician appears to reinvent the wheel, discovering often only after years of distinctly undeliberate practice that there are quicker and more effective ways to learn music.