uncalculated[ kal-kyuh-ley-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF uncalculated
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She deliberately taunted him to provoke him to an uncalculated move.
Must not the degradation also be uncalculated and incalculable?
His conduct in such matters was uncalculated, spontaneous; and therefore natural and pleasing.
Fear gave to her quick, uncalculated movements the grace of a wild thing.
Very young; very pale; aloof, near a window, with an uncalculated aloofness.
The foundations of great events, are often remotely laid in very capricious and uncalculated passions, motives, or impulses.
Knowing that she hated him, for the first time he ceased to fear her and could give himself to uncalculated reactions toward her.
Hadn't I possibly burrowed the deeper—to come out in some uncalculated place behind her back?
That mention that I have acquired new and great privileges by grace of my age, is not an uncalculated remark.
But a hasty excess of ardour only befits a first uncalculated outburst of youthfulness.
1863, "devised beforehand," past participle adjective from calculate. Earlier, "suited, apt" (1722).