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- adv. By mistake, in error, wrongly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By mistake.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By mistake; erroneously.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a mistaken manner
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Department of Agriculture concluded it had awarded the label mistakenly, because the company was still using medication that it characterized as antibiotics.
* In Canada, some early copies of the initial run of this title mistakenly have Ang Lee's earlier "Hulk" film in the case instead of the newer Incredible Hulk film.
From the CTA, O'Hare, Chicago Public Schools and many of Daley's other debacles, he now also wants to spend about a half-billion dollars more on a temporary city-controlled stadium for the Olympic bid that is only necessary due to Daley's $700 million cost to taxpayers in mistakenly renovating Soldier Field in a way that eliminated it from being used as the main Olympic venue.
McCain mistakenly thinks that a timed withdrawal = surrender ...
Text-only version The mistakes date back at least to the 1930s, when Pete Palangio of the Chicago Blackhawks had his name mistakenly engraved twice -- once spelled incorrectly as "Palagio."
Every August, people get their telescopes out to catch what some call mistakenly shooting stars.
Toni Braxton's little sister will be here (woot! woot!) and N-Toon, which will have shitloads of people in the crowd, simply because I called mistakenly referred to them as N-Sync in the paper this week.
When I recall how often I have seen Socialists and ardent non-Socialists working side by side for some specific measure of social or industrial reform, and how I have found opposed to them on the side of privilege many shrill reactionaries who insist on calling all reformers Socialists, I refuse to be panic-stricken by having this title mistakenly applied to me.
Overzealous Sony takes down Beyoncé videos - Reports suggest record label mistakenly accused its own artist of copyright infringement One of the more baffling parts of the recent Viacom versus YouTube court revelations was the astonishing finding that executives from MTV and pals were ordering YouTube to take down videos that infringed its copyright - while their minions were ...
Judge McMahon dismissed a juror after the woman discovered a transcript of a phone call mistakenly provided to the jury.
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