Definition of undesigned in English:

undesigned

adjective

  • Unintended.

    ‘the changes created windfall gains and other undesigned consequences’
    • ‘This set of political beliefs arose as an undesigned, unaimed for convergence of beliefs between me and my friends, as described.’
    • ‘There are many undesigned buildings where plywood exterior siding has been used for decades (sheds, garages, and commercial buildings) and the results aren't pretty after a few years.’
    • ‘In an undesigned world, plague, pestilence, famine, diphtheria, cancer, tuberculosis, and other natural ills no longer had to be reconciled with the sovereignty of an omnipotent and benevolent deity.’
    • ‘A second important type of confirming instance is an unexpected result which indicates that a law or theory has an undesigned scope.’
    • ‘Also, the processes involved are supposed to be naturalistic and undesigned.’
    • ‘So far they have yet to offer a real testable hypothesis, something that can actually distinguish designed objects from undesigned objects in the real world.’
    • ‘But, the undesigned length of the preceding remarks renders it necessary to omit them, and conclude with a brief improvement.’
    • ‘Between this record and that of Moses, there is an undesigned coincidence.’
    • ‘The proof which these furnish is always the more satisfactory, the more manifest it is that the coincidence was undesigned.’
    • ‘There are also many undesigned coincidences between Jeremiah and Kings.’
    • ‘The fact of her covering the spies with bundles of flax which lay on her house-roof is an undesigned coincidence which strictly corroborates the narrative.’

Pronunciation

undesigned

/ʌndɪˈzʌɪnd/