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inadvertent
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David Copperfield
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  • She was extremely gracious to Peggotty, except when I inadvertently called her by that name; and, strange as I knew she felt in London, appeared quite at home.
  • On his release, he embraced me with the utmost fervour; and made an entry of the transaction in his pocket-book — being very particular, I recollect, about a halfpenny I inadvertently omitted from my statement of the total.

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

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