Our news cocktail of the week, "The accidental Senator" spices things up with a sudden entrance.
Thousands more are “accidental” culinary tourists, who get caught up in the local cuisine without even trying.
I quickly became the “weirdo mommy” at Gymboree, alternating between speed talking, accidental swearing, and thousand-yard stares.
Homer, Marge, Lisa, Bart, and Maggie have all been accidental political players in their nearly three decades on the air.
Frustrating but perhaps not accidental: Without that scene, no one can slap a version of the film together and release it.
But the chief point was that all this was, as it were, not accidental in me, but as though it were bound to be so.
Here he hung on for a moment, as if struck by a new and most accidental idea.
This is another of the accidental coincidences which attest the genuineness of the Acts.
The cleavage of our hills is accidental cleavage, but this is cleavage with intention.
It is enough to say here that the view Cooper took was not hastily formed, nor was it the result of accidental prejudices.
late 14c., "non-essential," from Old French accidentel or directly from Medieval Latin accidentalis, from Latin accidentem (see accident). Meaning "outside the normal course of nature" is from early 15c.; that of "coming by chance" is from 1570s.
late 14c., "non-essential quality," from accidental (adj.). The musical sense is from 1868.