adjective: Occurring unexpectedly, unintentionally, or by chance.
adjective: Music Of or relating to an accidental.
noun: A property, factor, or attribute that is not essential.
noun: Music Any of various signs that indicate the alteration of a note by one or two semitones or the cancellation of a previous sign.
noun: Music A note that has been marked with such a sign.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Reporters soon adopted the phrase accidental attack, a description that frustrated Pentagon officials, who felt it minimized the ferocity of the sustained assault that had killed or injured two out of every three men on board.
Nor again (b) will ‘white’ have another term accidental to it, e.g. ‘musical’.
In 2007, Greg Parks was prepping his kids for the Florida state test, but in what he calls an accidental peek at the test, the middle-school math teacher noticed a troubling choice of words: Instead of asking kids about the volume of a can — the example he and the textbooks had been using — the test asked about the volume of a swimming pool.
And so, these are what I call accidental guerillas.
It is natural to conclude, therefore, that they have some hidden property which saves them from attack; and it is easy to see that when any other insects, by what we call accidental variation, come more or less remotely to resemble them, the latter will share to some extent in their immunity.