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unpremeditatedly

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an unpremeditated manner; without premeditation; undesignedly.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In a unpremeditated manner; without prior planning.

Etymologies

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unpremeditated +‎ -ly

Examples

  • A feeling of contempt and liking combine very naturally in the mind of one to whom another has just spoken unpremeditatedly, revealing rather more of his private feelings than he intended to reveal.

    Night and Day, by Virginia Woolf

  • Men are less blamed for such actions as they perform hastily and unpremeditatedly than for such as proceed from deliberation.

    An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding

  • Boyer and I began to sing unpremeditatedly as one.

    A Rude Awakening

  • In John, Jesus went in haste, unpremeditatedly, in secret, and unaccompanied, and confronted the people with himself unexpectedly during the feast.

    The Life of Jesus of Nazareth

  • She takes them nearly as unpremeditatedly as a magpie steals glittering things, and hides them as instinctively.

    Nobel Prize in Literature 1938 - Presentation Speech

  • The only explanation he could offer to himself was that she must have gone out unpremeditatedly to obtain some fresh medicine at a little chemist shop near by.

    Jacqueline of the Carrier-Pigeons

  • A feeling of contempt and liking combine very naturally in the mind of one to whom another has just spoken unpremeditatedly, revealing rather more of his private feelings than he intended to reveal.

    Night and Day

  • Men are less blamed for such actions as they perform hastily and unpremeditatedly than for such as proceed from deliberation.

    Of Liberty and Necessity. Part II

  • When she put on her night-dress, she knelt down unpremeditatedly upon the floor, held her hands together, and looked up to the ceiling, watching a fly that was braving the cold of winter, as it crept in a sluggish, hibernated way across the white plaster.

    Sally Bishop A Romance

  • This was said so simply and unpremeditatedly, that I was absolutely certain it was not Hall whom Louis had seen there.

    The Gold Bag

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