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Accidentally

see synonyms of accidentally

1. accidentally, by chance, circumstantially, unexpectedly

without advance planning

Example Sentences:
'they met accidentally'

2. accidentally, incidentally

of a minor or subordinate nature

Example Sentences:
'these magnificent achievements were only incidentally influenced by Oriental models'

3. accidentally, unintentionally

without intention; in an unintentional manner

Example Sentences:
'she hit him unintentionally'

Based on WordNet 3.0, Princeton University


Accidentally

see synonyms of accidentally
adjective
1. 
occurring by chance, unexpectedly, or unintentionally
2. 
nonessential; incidental
3. music
denoting sharps, flats, or naturals that are not in the key signature of a piece
4. logic
(of a property) not essential; contingent
noun
5. 
an incidental, nonessential, or supplementary circumstance, factor, or attribute
6. music
a symbol denoting a sharp, flat, or natural that is not a part of the key signature

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Accidentally

see synonyms of accidentally
adjective
1. 
happening by chance; fortuitous
2. 
belonging but not essential; attributive; incidental
3.  Music
of an accidental
noun
4. 
a nonessential quality or feature
5.  Music
a. 
a sign, as a sharp, flat, or natural, placed before a note to show a change of pitch from that indicated by the key signature
b. 
the tone indicated by such a sign

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Accidentally

see synonyms of accidentally
adj.
1. Occurring unexpectedly, unintentionally, or by chance.
2. Music Of or relating to an accidental.
3. Being an animal, especially a bird, that has strayed beyond its normal range.
n.
1. A property, factor, or attribute that is not essential.
2. Music
a. Any of various signs that indicate the alteration of a note by one or two semitones or the cancellation of a previous sign.
b. A note that has been marked with such a sign.
3. An animal that has strayed beyond its normal range.

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