unscheduled

[ US /ənˈskɛdʒuɫd/ ]
[ UK /ʌnʃˈɛdjuːld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not scheduled or not on a regular schedule
    the plane made an unscheduled stop at Gander for refueling
    an unscheduled meeting
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How To Use unscheduled In A Sentence

  • The restaurant also coped with an unscheduled shutdown last Thursday.
  • The pilot refused to endanger the lives of his passengers by making an unscheduled landing.
  • This problem is only compounded when a crisis necessitates an unscheduled meeting. Christianity Today
  • One can read into that that it was the chairman, rather than the director of football, who precipitated the manager's unscheduled departure.
  • I know we can meet the challenge of rectifying a downtown overrun with night life, made uncontrollable by unregistered, unscheduled festivities, made unlivable by the teeming hordes filling its streets.
  • In the handover to Jan Lammers, another new battery was fitted, and then another in an unscheduled stop.
  • He also made an unscheduled visit to see the constable's colleagues yesterday, before completing his official duties.
  • Only about 8 % were obtained after exposure to an animal or other unscheduled events.
  • Rahul Gandhi's unscheduled train journey sends police into tizzy police into a tizzy, which is on its toes after recent information of WN.com - Articles related to Rahul travels on Mumbai local, Sena calls it ‘drama’
  • The ambassador was driving for an unscheduled appointment when his convoy was raked with small-arms gunfire, but the ambassador wasn't injured.
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