One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Such sustained confusion and a sense of ineffable, implicit meaning do appear to result in the person's consulting inadvertencies and trying to wrest meaning from them.’
- ‘We do not really understand the origins of biological information, but I suspect there is a lot of inadvertency in those early events and in the choice of which particular nucleic acids and amino acids were employed when life began.’
- ‘By an habitual inadvertency we render our selves incapable of any serious and improving thought, till our minds themselves become as light and frothy as those things they are conversant about.’
- ‘This ‘popping up’ is one kind of inadvertency, not stimulated by anything around me, as far as I could tell at the time.’
- ‘Perhaps it had worked all the better for its inadvertency.’
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