- not directed; not guided: He wasted his time on undirected activity.
- bearing no address, as a letter.
Origin of undirected
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Examples from the Web for undirected
That is only due to the fact that their energy is undirected, not that they can do nothing.The Machinery of the Universe
Amos Emerson Dolbear
Men ran here and there, as if undirected, not knowing what to do.The Radio Boys with the Revenue Guards
Both are mischievous when undirected, and both are glorious when used for good.Three Things
But there is something to be said for "undirected relief" quite the same.The Shadow On The Dial, and Other Essays
They did not stop their work on "the ship-duffle," but it became aimless and undirected.Angel Island
Inez Haynes Gillmore
- lacking a clear purpose or objective
- (of a letter, parcel, etc) having no address