inadvertence[ in-uh d-vur-tns ]SEE DEFINITION OF inadvertence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INADVERTENCE
Say it was a mistake on your part,—an inadvertence,—and done without my knowledge.
This word escaped Schomberg by inadvertence at which he became frightened.
I had, in a moment of inadvertence, created for myself a tie.
Here, again, we have to regret and remark the inadvertence of youth.
The least inadvertence may rob us of the public favor so hard to be acquired.
“Pardon me, kind aunt, for the inadvertence of my expression,” he exclaimed.
I will not deal with not things at all, except by accident and inadvertence.
It was a pity, but it was an inadvertence, and no dishonourable action.
Continue in pious conduct, beware of inadvertence; but do not mourn for my absence, will you?'
Do not commit, therefore, any inadvertence while living the householder's life.'
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INADVERTENCE
- cutting out
- leaving out
- passing over