indeliberate


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These deliberate or indeliberate endeavours meant to curb Freedom of Press on part of some members of their own community, are shocking and such practice would be treated as "Black Chapter" in the history.
EDIT NOTE: we regret this indeliberate error--see Foreword above.
What the reader undergoes is, if the pun is allowed, an "unwilling (most often unintended and indeliberate) suspension of belief".
For a petty mistake of treading along a prohibited path, he was caught by an army man, and for an indeliberate slip of tongue questioning "by which law the road was closed on the public" he was stopped overnight while his wife and three children kept waiting for the whole night sleeplessly weeping and crying.