[ US /ənˈpɫænd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnplˈænd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not done with purpose or intent
    an unintended slight
    an unintentional pun
    the offense was unintentional
    an unwitting mistake may be overlooked
  2. without apparent forethought or prompting or planning
    an unplanned pregnancy
    accepts an unplanned order
    an unplanned economy
    unplanned remarks
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How To Use unplanned In A Sentence

  • This bill targets the very same services that are working to reduce abortion and unplanned pregnancy rates.
  • Be it Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad or any of the state capitals, development is lopsided and unplanned.
  • I had considered an earlier return to blogging during the Edinburgh Fringe when I went to my usual unplanned and eclectic mix of dance, exhibitions, theatre and the uncategorisable. Archive 2008-08-01
  • accepts an unplanned order
  • Reducing the number of unplanned pregnancies and unwanted births requires far more than attempts at dissuading poor people from having sex.
  • an unplanned economy
  • The dance was silly, unplanned, and cut short when both simultaneously slipped on patches of wet grass.
  • Most homicides were unplanned, and few brought any benefit to the offender even if he avoided punishment.
  • What unplanned opportunities have you seized, and how?
  • This serene beauty is in danger due to unmanaged and unplanned human interference.
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