adventitiousness


adventitiousness
See adventitiously.

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  • Adventitiousness — Adventitious Ad ven*ti tious, a. [L. adventitius.] 1. Added extrinsically; not essentially inherent; accidental or causal; additional; supervenient; foreign. [1913 Webster] To things of great dimensions, if we annex an adventitious idea of terror …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • adventitiousness — noun the degree to which a thing is adventitious …   Wiktionary

  • adventitiousness — n. haphazardness, accidentalness; transitiveness, impermanence …   English contemporary dictionary

  • adventitiousness — ad·ven·ti·tious·ness …   English syllables

  • adventitiousness — noun ( es) : the quality or state of being adventitious …   Useful english dictionary

  • adventitious — adventitiously, adv. adventitiousness, n. /ad veuhn tish euhs/, adj. 1. associated with something by chance rather than as an integral part; extrinsic. 2. Bot., Zool. appearing in an abnormal or unusual position or place, as a root. [1595 1605; < …   Universalium

  • accident — ac·ci·dent n: an unexpected usu. sudden event that occurs without intent or volition although sometimes through carelessness, unawareness, ignorance, or a combination of causes and that produces an unfortunate result (as an injury) for which the… …   Law dictionary

  • fortuity — I noun accident, accidentalness, adventitiousness, adventure, casualness, casualty, chance, chance occurrence, coincidence, contingence, fluke, fortuitousness, happenstance, hazard, occurrence, opportunity, quirk, random luck, randomness,… …   Law dictionary


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