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undirected Syllabification: un·di·rect·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌəndəˈrektəd/ /-ˌdī-/

Definition of undirected in English:

adjective

Lacking direction; without a particular aim, purpose, or target: she was full of ineffectual undirected anger
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  • But this would only demonstrate the need for a programmed mechanism to harness and direct the random, undirected energy, which is what creationists have been saying all along.
  • Far below the layers of undirected but intense anger and randomized rebelliousness, Pennywillow did have a spark of romance in her soul.
  • All the evidence suggested that this was an undirected and therefore disorganized event.

Words that rhyme with undirected

aspected, disaffected, disconnected, invected, unaffected, uncollected, unconnected, uncorrected, undetected, unelected, unexpected, uninflected, unprotected, unselected, unsuspected

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