Definition of undirected in English:

undirected

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

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