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Definition of Unpremeditated

  • not premeditated

How to use unpremeditated in a sentence. Unpremeditated pronunciation.

Man, intelligent and free, is an animal wholly unpremeditated upon this planet.
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The impression that her story left on my mind was that your allusions to her in your sermon were unpremeditated.
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Ever since his meeting with Helen, a meeting which had been quite unpremeditated, he had thought of but little except her.
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But, as he looked upon his pupils gathered there to study nature with him, by an impulse as natural as it was unpremeditated, he called upon then to join in silently asking God's blessing on their work together.
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It was a part of him, the breath of his soul as it were, involuntary and unpremeditated.
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A cut in wages, exhausting overtime, or the insults of an overbearing foreman, and an unpremeditated strike results.
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Their meeting and marriage had been so sudden, unpremeditated, adventurous, that she could hardly believe that she had played her part in such a reckless drama.
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But it is quite otherwise with these songs and sonnets, written down at odd moments, sometimes on the margins of his sketches, themselves often unfinished sketches, arresting some salient feeling or unpremeditated idea as it passed.
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If the effect of this ostensibly unpremeditated candidature was thus calculated, it was perfectly successful.
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It had always been on the little, unpremeditated acts of Ditmar that she had loved to linger, and now, in the light of Lise's testimony, of Lise's experience, she saw them all as false.
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There sprang from her lips an unpremeditated question: "Where is Mr. Ditmar?
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His speech was taken down verbatim, to be submitted to the sharpest of legal eyes, when was discovered the possession of a power-rare among agitators-to pour forth in torrents apparently unpremeditated appeals, to skirt the border of sedition and never transgress it, to weigh his phrases before he gave them birth, and to remember them.
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It took about a quarter of an hour to make clear to the ruffled mind of Ralph the powerful, and in Mrs. Cliffs eyes the imperative, reasons for the sudden and unpremeditated matrimonial arrangements of the morning.
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She felt as she approached that all this looked quite romantic, but it did not look so real and so unpremeditated as might have been wished.
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But nothing in her exterior was unpremeditated, and the unbejewelled wearer of the diadem, in her plain dress, and with her royal figure, was everywhere sure of being observed, and of finding imitators of her dress, and indeed of her demeanor.
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This gave an unpremeditated casual effect to everything he found to say, and made him look a dreamer at his busiest.
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Language is an instinctive and unpremeditated creation of man, as the hive is of the bee.
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The time has come for me to relate the history of this unlucky treatise, which has already caused me so much chagrin, and made me so unpopular; but which was on my part so involuntary and unpremeditated, that I would dare to affirm that there is not an economist, not a philosopher, not a jurist, who is not a hundred times guiltier than I.
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High placed in hall, a welcome guest, He poured to lord and lady gay The unpremeditated lay.
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The story has its own history: one can watch the various reminiscences and experiences of life that crystallized together in Scott's mind, and grouped themselves fantastically into his unpremeditated plot.
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Examples of Unpremeditated

Example #1
Produced by unexpected combinations and haphazard transformations, in the midst of a general subordination of matter, he figures as a dissonance and a revolt!
Example #2
Reflect, my son, upon this text, for all human power lies in it.
Example #3
Your letter is proof that I was not mistaken, and I am sure the lesson you have received will bear fruit.
Example #4
Although Miss Glynn spoke with bitterness, she did not try to persuade me that you were naturally hard-hearted or cruel.
Example #5
During his talk with her in the parsonage sitting room he had been-there was no use pretending to himself that it was otherwise-more contented with the world, more optimistic, happier, than he had been for months, it seemed to him for years.
Example #6
It was a mental and spiritual picking to pieces and the result was humiliating and in its turn resulted in a brand-new determination.