Definition of unpremeditatedly in English:

unpremeditatedly

adverb

See unpremeditated

‘Dou Wei's talent in music is unreservedly and unpremeditatedly incarnated in his music esthetics.’
  • ‘The score evolved unpremeditatedly out of the bluesy alto-saxophone melody at once sensuous and acrid, originally written separately as a piece of source music.’
  • ‘When this day comes, will all the religions of the world suddenly unite to unpremeditatedly believe the same thing?’
  • ‘In fact, when Mrs. Palfrey's neighbors assume Ludovic is her grandson, she unpremeditatedly finds it not altogether unpleasant to ask him to step in and fill the role.’
  • ‘Adria pulled a mini chip-clip from her pocket and unpremeditatedly snapped it down on my shirt, miraculously managing to locate precisely my right nipple.’