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inadvertent
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Gulliver's Travels
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  • Some of our sailors, whether out of treachery or inadvertence, had informed the pilots "that I was a stranger, and great traveller;" whereof these gave notice to a custom-house officer, by whom I was examined very strictly upon my landing.

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  • I must have inadvertently insulted her.
  • The destruction was inadvertent, but it was still a crime.

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