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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinadvertentlyin‧ad‧vert‧ent‧ly /ˌɪnədˈvɜːtəntli $ -ɜːr-/ adverb  DELIBERATELYwithout realizing what you are doing syn accidentally opp deliberately Viruses can be spread inadvertently by email users. Robinson’s name was inadvertently omitted from the list.inadvertent adjective inadvertent exposure to chemicalsinadvertence noun [uncountable]
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inadvertentlyOf course it was Trondur who inadvertently cheered me up.The problem was caused by a worker who inadvertently contaminated the coffee machine by cleaning it with a toxic substance.The construction crew inadvertently cut through a telephone cable.By the way, I really must correct a false impression that I inadvertently gave just now.Strong repression of one emotion often succeeds inadvertently in suppressing the desire as well.In creating one she has inadvertently made a move towards alternative methods of selling that could have great significance for organic farming.This could inadvertently promote a simplistic zoning pattern in local authority policies.In a panic, I inadvertently pushed the accelerator instead of the brake.The Finance Minister inadvertently revealed budget secrets to reporters.Some parenting patterns inadvertently support aggressive behavior in more subtle ways.But inadvertently, through the inventions its findings make possible.
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