On her first episode live from New York, she accidentally said the f-word.
Watch her strip down to the point of embarrassment, accidentally revealing her “nana,” unaware of how much she was taking off.
Karim El-Hamdi remembers vividly how he accidentally became a human trafficker.
Beck had accidentally destroyed hours of urgently needed American reports.
Someone had accidentally turned on the device hours beforehand, and by the time the meeting started, the batteries were dead.
She had not tried at all; the whole thing had come about accidentally.
He said he was out hunting with a friend, and his friend's gun went off accidentally.
They have some dangerous project brewing I am well satisfied, from circumstances which accidentally fell under my own observation.
When accidentally struck by the janitor's broom, he gives off a cloud of dust.
In doing this, however, he once accidentally stumbled, and spoke of Mrs. Devarges as "Grace Conroy."
late 14c., "non-essential," from Old French accidentel or directly from Medieval Latin accidentalis, from Latin accidentem (see accident). Meaning "outside the normal course of nature" is from early 15c.; that of "coming by chance" is from 1570s.
late 14c., "non-essential quality," from accidental (adj.). The musical sense is from 1868.