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- adj. Not designed.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not designed; not intended; unintentional; not proceeding from purpose: as, to do an undesigned injury.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not done or made or performed with purpose or intent
There are a class of similarities which may be called undesigned coincidences, which are so remote as to be incapable of being borrowed from one another, and yet, when they are compared, find a natural explanation in their being the work of the same mind.
His diction and language was easy and fluent, void of all affectation and bombast, and has a kind of undesigned negligent elegance which arrests the reader's attention.
Orientational: offering an overview of the surroundings, that creates or reinforces the user's cognitive map * Regulatory: the do's and don'ts of a place * Vernacular: 'undesigned' signs such as "Please use other door".
(Nevermind that walking down this road makes a designed/simulated universe as much as or more likely than 'undesigned'.
Now, this idea makes for a great explanation of how it might be that an undesigned universe comes equipped with laws suitable for life.
In any case, if momentum is "designed," then everything is designed, and you can't draw an empirical distinction between designed and undesigned.
How is it that a completely random series of events, in an undesigned universe, could forge such a malevolent force?
Modern ships are designed to ‘push’ into the water from behind, not be ‘pulled’ from the front – and if anyone studies the old concrete liberty ships of WWII – an undesigned for stress can sometimes bite you hard in the seating spot.
What did the prior uncreated/undesigned things look like?
Where did the uncreated/undesigned things come from?
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