/ (ʌnˈplænd) /

  1. not planned: an unplanned baby

Words Nearby unplanned

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How to use unplanned in a sentence

  • That feeling of fear sent a few men, by an unplanned concert of action, to a certain bank before ten o'clock one morning.

  • All the girls from Camp Halsted fell in with her suggestion, delighted by the idea of such an unplanned excursion.

  • Otherwise, and without a sun lowered into your picture, the smoke-mingled sky is the most unplanned in the world.

    London Impressions | Alice Meynell
  • The arrival of a baby or possibly some other unplanned event may force the wife to give up her job.

  • The arrangement suited Swinton perfectly; it would give him an unplanned chance to talk with the major.

    The Three Sapphires | W. A. Fraser