Clinton inadvertently revealed how few instruments the U.S. had to back up its policy.
A moment later, nevertheless, McChrystal may have inadvertently revealed what motivated the entire coverup.
Outed by a fellow Duke student, Knox inadvertently became a pronounced public figure when she spoke up for herself.
In doing so, Lane may have inadvertently helped to slow the myth machine that kicks into gear after every similar attack.
That was inadvertently hysterical and easily the best human solicitation description ever.
Quest picked up his bulb of coffee, but inadvertently pressed it before he got it to his lips.
And you, if I may say so, took away my umbrella, inadvertently of course.
"It makes no difference to me," he replied, drawing back into the shell of opposition from which he had been inadvertently drawn.
So Arnold hastened to try and pacify the anger that he had inadvertently roused.
"We must inadvertently have walked some distance since we saw them," said Cortlandt.