Did you once accidently apply to a school in Michigan thinking it was in New York?
An ITF anti-doping tribunal ruled in 2009 that Richard Gasquet accidently ingested cocaine while kissing a woman at a nightclub.
Recently the story has been told of a burglar who accidently discharged a magnesium light connected with a kodak on the shelf.
He had chopped off several of her fingers, when they were accidently interrupted.
Barbara was obviously deeply concerned over the evidence which Joe Strong had accidently turned up.
The matter was settled for him by meeting her accidently outside the buvette.
But I wouldn't agree to that for fear it might accidently be true.
“You might accidently run into the person who stole your gun,” Penny suggested.
The other accidently put an end to her own life several weeks ago.
In Sam's bedroom, as if accidently dropped and kicked partway under the bed, I found this.
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.