Which raises an interesting question: did Dodd-Frank inadvertently cause problems for Obamacare?
Promotional stunts have also, inadvertently, stirred up grassroots anger over fast-driving Ferrari owners.
US Airways inadvertently tweeted an—ahem—racy photo involving a lady and a toy plane.
The A380 and 787 incidents have both, inadvertently, shown how indispensable the human factor is.
Ray leaves the duffle bag behind, and the baby is inadvertently left for dead.
Quest picked up his bulb of coffee, but inadvertently pressed it before he got it to his lips.
But she had inadvertently admitted that she resided in Washington.
"It makes no difference to me," he replied, drawing back into the shell of opposition from which he had been inadvertently drawn.
He had found on the street a letter that had inadvertently been dropped.
"We must inadvertently have walked some distance since we saw them," said Cortlandt.