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Use "undesigned" in a sentence
"There are a class of similarities which may be called undesigned coincidences, which are so remote as to be incapable of being borrowed from one another, and yet, when they are compared, find a natural explanation in their being the work of the same mind."
"His diction and language was easy and fluent, void of all affectation and bombast, and has a kind of undesigned negligent elegance which arrests the reader's attention."
"Orientational: offering an overview of the surroundings, that creates or reinforces the user's cognitive map * Regulatory: the do's and don'ts of a place * Vernacular: 'undesigned' signs such as "Please use other door"."