An instance of being inadvertent; an oversight or slip.(noun)
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Use "inadvertence" in a sentence
"It is sometimes said by those who should know better that there was no intention to give such great-powers to the Province or Dominion, and that the B.N. A. Act was passed as it were in inadvertence."
"He did inform Mr. Fish, at any rate, on the 30th of July, and alleged "inadvertence" as the reason for his omission to do it before."
""inadvertence" requirement, such a conclusion is inconsistent with"