inadvertency

[ in-uh d-vur-tn-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF inadvertency
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I am conscious of my inadvertency, and that the reproof is just.

Symeon slipped into the Roman Martyrology by an inadvertency.

I am conscious 57 of my inadvertency, and that the reproof is just.

If it be in that Coron that Byron has placed Seyd the pasha, it must be attributed to inadvertency.

It was strange, however, that he should betray himself by such an inadvertency.

The original dowry then of universal man is inadvertency and error.

The name of the glorious God is greatly prophaned by this inadvertency.

I do not attribute any wilful misstatement to him, but consider it the effect of inadvertency or mistake.

Most mistakes arose from inadvertency: many from unfortunate design.

The delay, doubtless, was simply owing to inadvertency on the part of subordinate agents.

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