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un·di·rect·ed

 (ŭn′dĭ-rĕk′tĭd, -dī-)
adj.
1. Having no object or purpose; not guided.
2. Having no prescribed destination. Used of mail.

undirected

(ˌʌndɪˈrɛktɪd; -daɪ-)
adj
1. lacking a clear purpose or objective
2. (Communications & Information) (of a letter, parcel, etc) having no address

un•di•rect•ed

(ˌʌn dɪˈrɛk tɪd, -daɪ-)

adj.
1. not directed or guided.
2. bearing no address, as a letter.
[1590–1600]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.undirected - aimlessly driftingundirected - aimlessly drifting      
purposeless - not evidencing any purpose or goal
References in classic literature ?
If your sagacity, knowledge, and experience, could put me on the right track, I might be able to do so much; unenlightened and undirected, I can do so little.
Some strength came to him finally from the mere struggle, undirected and misdirected as it often was, and such mental fibre as he had was toughened by the prolonged stress.
But my eyes must have closed the instant my head touched the pillow, and in utter exhaustion I slept throughout the night, the while the Ghost, lonely and undirected, fought her way through the storm.
She at once inclosed the check in an undirected envelope.
Blind jingoism and undirected vehemence shown from both sides of the border has traditionally taken precedence over logic and common sense.
According to ETH researcher Mehmet Fatih Yanik, this is a relatively undirected approach.
This property of transitive signatures could be useful in applications such as a military chain-of-command (for directed graphs) and administrative domains (for undirected graphs).
being able to see the human spirit unedited, undirected, unscripted."
Instead of revision or tutoring for primary-age children, my tips for holiday learning are: | Allow for free, undirected time for children to play with friends and siblings; | Let them find creative ways to pass the time, which is a skill in and of itself.
This hypothesis, which she and her colleagues have dubbed the "undirected susceptibility to change" hypothesis of the mechanism of action of SSRIs, attempts to account for the drugs' highly variable efficacy.
"Our defensive energy was a little undirected in the first half that cost us some baskets."
'Our defensive energy was a little undirected in the first half and it caused us to give up baskets that we didn't wanna give up.