“My work has gotten a big audience online, sort of by accident,” he said.
Bohn recalled how the accident crushed the Welch family, and how Laura did not return to school for at least a month.
It is no accident that sequels seem especially easy picking for criticism.
A4 involved Karun being marooned in Bandra by accident, not design.
For instance, the early coal-fueled trains once needed firemen to protect railways in case of an accident.
Abdominal section fifty-three and a half hours after accident.
But her engines were reversed the instant the accident occurred.
They thought he would feel as they would feel about such an accident.
She inquired how the accident happened; for this was still a mystery to everybody.
No accident, I hope, has happened to your mistress, young sir?
late 14c., "an occurrence, incident, event," from Old French accident (12c.), from Latin accidentem (nominative accidens), present participle of accidere "happen, fall out, fall upon," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + cadere "fall" (see case (n.1)). Meaning grew from "something that happens, an event," to "something that happens by chance," then "mishap." Philosophical sense "non-essential characteristic of a thing" is late 14c. Meaning "unplanned child" is attested by 1932.
A person born from an unplanned pregnancy; an unplanned pregnancy: At 50, this third one was an accident (1900+)