undeliberate

[ adjective dih-lib-er-it; verb dih-lib-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF undeliberate

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The process of evolution was necessarily unconscious and undeliberate.

The action of animals of a given kind were supposed to be after one perfect model, and to be undeliberate.

A rough movement, a too undeliberate speech, and the absurdity of the thing might be given away.

But his companion had already vanished in the thicket with the undeliberate and impulsive act of an animal.

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