Definition of undesigned in English:

undesigned

Syllabification: un·de·signed

adjective

  • 1Unintended.
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    • A second important type of confirming instance is an unexpected result which indicates that a law or theory has an undesigned scope.
    • The proof which these furnish is always the more satisfactory, the more manifest it is that the coincidence was undesigned.
    • But, the undesigned length of the preceding remarks renders it necessary to omit them, and conclude with a brief improvement.
  • 1.1Arising from causes other than design: undesigned buildings
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    • An uncaused, undesigned emergence of the universe from nothing violates no principle of physics.
    • The philosophy was that good typographic principals were so universal that they could transform even something "undesigned" like Courier.
    • Why does the universe seem perfectly intelligible to the atheist as an undesigned mechanism governed solely by natural, impersonal forces?

Derivatives

undesignedly

adverb
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  • It was horrible to think that I had provided the weapon, however undesignedly, but I could hardly think otherwise.

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