Inadvertence [noun]

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Provision was also made for the case of publication of libellous matter by inadvertence in newspapers.

They were like two men who by inadvertence had attempted to pass through a narrow doorway abreast.

Whatever her sins, they were not sins of intention, but of inadvertence, and why should she have been punished so persistently?

It is difficult to believe that this is not due rather to malignity than inadvertence.

By inadvertence, the conversation had touched on a topic concerning which Brand was always either vague or silent.

Sin would consist either in faults of ignorance and inadvertence or in national apostasy from the theocratic King.

What was done before seemed to have passed sub silentio, and possibly through mere inadvertence.

The least inadvertence may cause us to lose that public favor, which is so hard to be gained.

Then, at the entrance of the stable-arch, a pack was flung down as if by inadvertence, and somebody stumbled over it.

That inadvertence on these points should occur, is not to be wondered at.