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Sir Hugh cordially begged his pardon, and asked him to take a seat at the breakfast table, to soften the undesigned offence.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
But though he was sorry for the undesigned pain he had apparently given her, his heart could not but sing to him.
THE ANGEL OF PAINE. F. BENSON
But it was not only against the undesigned harm which loyal people might do, that it was necessary to guard.
Such undesigned coincidences are interesting to reader and playgoer, and in no way detract from the author's originality.
In many undesigned and unforeseen ways these registers may be of immense value.
The undesigned coincidence of diaries kept by two Edinburgh citizens is fairly good evidence.
They have not the undesigned coincidence of the ludicrous nor the fanciful invention of true humour.
HISTORY OF ENGLISH HUMOUR, VOL. 1 (OF 2)ALFRED GUY KINGAN L'ESTRANGE
But it served an undesigned end by giving enormous publicity to the subject and advertising the methods it sought to suppress.
Now, Christian reader, mark his undesigned corroboration of the veracity of this prophecy, as applied to Severus.
But, like other human contrivances, while it held Ireland fast, it had also undesigned results.
HANDBOOK OF HOME RULE (1887)W. E. GLADSTONE ET AL.

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