undesigned


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undesigned

(ˌʌndɪˈzaɪnd)
adj
1. (of an action) unintentional
2. not yet designed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.undesigned - not done or made or performed with purpose or intentundesigned - not done or made or performed with purpose or intent
designed, intentional - done or made or performed with purpose and intent; "style...is more than the deliberate and designed creation"- Havelock Ellis; "games designed for all ages"; "well-designed houses"

undesigned

adjective
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References in classic literature ?
"Only one alternative is possible: undesigned detection, supported by letters which I have."
She is a flatterer in all her ways; and so much the worse, because undesigned. Her ignorance is hourly flattery.
The most undesigned word, the most accidental look, the least familiarity, the most innocent freedom, will be misconstrued, and magnified into I know not what, by some people.
Once it had, by an opening undesigned and unmerited, led him into the way of happiness.
The living in this manner with him, and his with me, was certainly the most undesigned thing in the world; he often protested to me, that when he became first acquainted with me, and even to the very night when we first broke in upon our rules, he never had the least design of lying with me; that he always had a sincere affection for me, but not the least real inclination to do what he had done.
My contribution to the AR discussion comes from the perspective of the economics of undesigned orders.
"When a specific definition is not found in the policy, Michigan courts have defined accident to mean 'an undesigned contingency, a casualty, a happening by chance, something out of the usual course of things, unusual, fortuitous, not anticipated, and not naturally to be expected,'" the opinion stated, citing Hawkeye-Security Insurance Co.
(Darwin 2017: letter 2998) One word more on "designed laws" & "undesigned results." I see a bird which I want for food, take my gun & kill it, I do this designedly.--An innocent & good man stands under a tree & is killed by flash of lightning.
Interestingly, Abbey (who has somewhat fallen out of favor in environmentalist circles for his gritty personality, pronounced xenophobia, and anarchic ways) wrote that he was not "primarily concerned with nature as living museum" but rather "for the terror, freedom, and delirium" and "as a place of refuge, as a hideout, as a base from which to carry on guerrilla warfare against the totalitarianism of my nightmares." He granted wilderness status to 1960s Hoboken's decaying waterfront in his essay "Freedom and Wilderness, Wilderness and Freedom"--for its uncontrolled, undesigned character, rather than for any stray elements of nature.
with the news the British were already developing a similar replacement for the D.H.4, an improved, but yet undesigned model, the D.H.9, which was to have the pilot and fuel tank interchanged and that the U.S.
Once it had, by an opening undesigned and unmerited, led him into the way of happiness.
But with the pressure of competition and tightening emissions regulations, power plant managers concern the cost of fuel sources; sometimes they prefer undesigned coal for financial reasons.