from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not intended; unintentional.
- adj. Having no particular purpose, organization, or structure; random.
- adj. Not thought out or prepared in advance; spontaneous: an unplanned adventure; an unplanned picnic.
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- adj. unintentional; not intended
- adj. spontaneous and not thought through in advance
- adj. not having any structure or organization
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not done with purpose or intent
- adj. without apparent forethought or prompting or planning
In 2008 Texas will lead the nation in unplanned pregnancies and have the nations highest infant mortality rate.
"It is short-term unplanned sickness and people who used that regularly as a means to have time away from work," said Ms Heatly.
An attack Israeli police are now describing as unplanned and spontaneous.
While documented in requirements, the counter examples can be classified as unplanned errors.
If the idea of unplanned fun scares you a little then you're just going to have to schedule it to begin with.
The agency treated 150,000 acres of forests in Arizona and New Mexico using so-called unplanned fires, those that start naturally.
But what is overwhelming me is anything that is "unplanned" financially and we just had 2 big doozies this Friday and Saturday.
In addition, "unplanned" outages shaved throughput margins by about $400 million.
Again, the press release: A core claim of many evolutionists is that the origin of all life forms through evolution, including humans, was 'unplanned' and 'undirected'.
Day 1 is looking bleak after a whole day was wasted doing nothing but theater simply for an "unplanned" setup to bring up and old, tired and completely false issue from 2008.