unwittily

unwittily

(ʌnˈwɪtɪlɪ)
adv
in an unwitty manner
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Our lack of education and training around dignity of risk can unwittily make us complicit in impeding our child's ability to become a contributing, valued, and respected member of society.
I could find twenty Parallel passages in the Lectures--indeed such expressions applied to bad actions had become a habit of my Conversation--you had named, not unwittily, Dr Pangloss.
In the June 1967 Esquire (where he was the film critic), he had confessed that "from August 1956 to June 1957 1 was on the payroll of the C.I.A., unwittingly and, as they used to say in the National Student Association, unwittily...