The Decameron is an undesigned revolt against the sum of medieval doctrine.
Many a falsehood is not an intentional lie, but an undesigned inaccuracy.
At all events, after this undesigned support, I am the less inclined to retire from our vantage ground.
She is a flatterer in all her ways; and so much the worse, because undesigned.
Sir Hugh cordially begged his pardon, and asked him to take a seat at the breakfast table, to soften the undesigned offence.
The actors saw their way to pointing a caricature, undesigned by me, by shifting the rle of Don Adone from one player to another.
To myself it seems barely conceivable that even the least marvellous of these ends should have been undesigned.
It is a Jain edifice, nine storeys high, crowned atop—was this designed insult or undesigned repair?
But, like other human contrivances, while it held Ireland fast, it had also undesigned results.
Blunt treats the matter as a kind of "undesigned coincidence," rendering credible the death penalties spoken of in Acts ix.