advertently advertently


  • (adv) in a careful deliberate manner



  1. If the comedian had inadvertently ruined her career by quitting his show, he advertently restored it in 1969 when he appeared with his old co-star in a nostalgic special.
  2. Nothing less, it seemed, would explain the story of the man who, advertently or not, brought the 1988 Olympics to their highest and lowest moments.


  • Huckleberries: Below and beyond the call of duty - Sun, 01 Sep 2013 PST

    Jennifer Drake says of hubby Ben that he’s always willing to jump in and help someone, “literally and metaphorically.” Ben wasn’t being metaphorical one night last week when Jennifer advertently dropped her cellphone into 15 feet of water at Powderhorn Bay on Lake Coeur d’Alene. The phone had worked its way out of a diaper bag while Jennifer was hurrying to board her father’s boat to beat a ...
    on September 1, 2013     Source: The Spokesman-Review


  • Panday said it took Justice Carmona's statements for the newspapers "to take up what I have been saying for so long-that the Government finances crime, whether directly or indirectly, advertently or inadvertently".
    on Feb 25, 2008 By: Basdeo Panday Source: Trinidad & Tobago Express

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