Continue in pious conduct, beware of inadvertence; but do not mourn for my absence, will you?'
Here, again, we have to regret and remark the inadvertence of youth.
Say it was a mistake on your part,—an inadvertence,—and done without my knowledge.
I had, in a moment of inadvertence, created for myself a tie.
Eleven days afterward, he died, and Montgomery paid with his life for his inadvertence.
It was a pity, but it was an inadvertence, and no dishonourable action.
What do you think—are the particles in a ciborium, left by inadvertence, outside the corporal during consecration consecrated?
Do not commit, therefore, any inadvertence while living the householder's life.'
But Charmian, why she did not know, felt increasing regret for her inadvertence.
Once by inadvertence twice by design he challenges his destiny.