accidental

[adj] - occurring or appearing or singled out by chance 2. [adj] - associated by chance and not an integral part 3. [adj] - without intention 4. [n] - a musical notation that makes a note sharp or flat or natural although that is not part of the key signature
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Accidental

A musical notation symbol used to raise or lower The pitch of A note
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Accidental

Ac`ci·den'tal adjective [ Confer French accidentel , earlier accidental .] 1. Happening by chance, or unexpectedly; taking place not according to the usual course of things; casual; fortuitous; as, an accidental visit. 2. Nonessential; not necessary belonging; inc...
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Accidental

Ac`ci·den'tal noun 1. A property which is not essential; a nonessential; anything happening accidentally. « He conceived it just that accidentals . . . should sink with the substance of the accusation. Fuller. » 2. plural (Paint.) Those fortu...
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accidental

Happening unexpectedly or by chance. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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accidental

adventitious adjective associated by chance and not an integral part; `poetry is something to which words are the accidental, not by any means the essential form`- Frederick W. Robertson; `they had to decide whether his misconduct was adventitious o...
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accidental

casual 1 chance(a) adjective occurring or appearing or singled out by chance; `their accidental meeting led to a renewal of their friendship`; `seek help from casual passers-by`; `a casual meeting`; `a chance occurrence`
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accidental

inadvertent adjective without intention (especially resulting from heedless action); `with an inadvertent gesture she swept the vase off the table`; `accidental poisoning`; `an accidental shooting`
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accidental

noun a musical notation that makes a note sharp or flat or natural although that is not part of the key signature
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accidental

(ak″sĭ-den´tәl) occurring by chance, unexpectedly, or unintentionally. nonessential; not innate or intrinsic.
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Accidental

• (a.) Happening by chance, or unexpectedly; taking place not according to the usual course of things; casual; fortuitous; as, an accidental visit. • (a.) Nonessential; not necessary belonging; incidental; as, are accidental to a play. • (n.) A property which is not essential; a nonessential; anything happening accidentally. • (...
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accidental

in music, sign placed immediately to the left of (or above) a note to show that the note must be changed in pitch. A sharp () raises a note by a ... [4 related articles]
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accidental

happening unexpectedly or by chance.
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accidental

accidental (ak' suh DEN t'l) Happening by chance; belonging but not essential; unplanned, unintentional, unpremeditated, uncalculated; unexpected, fortuitous; chance, random: 'Our meeting on the street was purely accidental.'
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Accidental

In music an accidental is a sharp, flat, or natural, occurring not at the commencement of a piece of music as the signature, but before a particular note.
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ACCIDENTAL

(n.) An animal accidentally living in a cave, usually either fallen or washed in, but can include those carried in: i.e., parasites on mammals, other vertebrates or invertebrates. Used for both aquatic and terrestrial species.
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accidental

In music notation, a sharp (#), flat (b), or natural ([natural]) sign preceding a note which changes the pitch of the note by a semitone up (#), down (b), or back to normal ([natural]). Less common is the double sharp (##
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Accidental

Pyroclastic rocks that are formed from fragments of non-volcanic rocks or from volcanic rocks not related to the erupting volcano.
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Accidental

[music] In music, an accidental is a note whose pitch (or pitch class) is not a member of the scale or mode indicated by the most recently applied key signature. In musical notation, the sharp ({music|sharp}), flat ({music|flat}), and natural ({music|natural}) symbols, among others, are used to mark such notes, and those symbols may themsel...
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Accidental

This an all encompassing term for prefixing a Natural, Double Flat, Flat, Sharp, or Double Sharp to a note. The accidental is primarily used to indicate playing a note outwith the current key. The effect of the use of an accidental applies to all subsequent notes of the same pitch within the same bar, unless overridden by the use of another acciden...
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Accidental

a bird or bird species when it shows up outside of its normal range.
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accidental

a sharp, fiat, or natural sign.
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Accidental

Accidentals are sharps, flats, and/or naturals that aren't in the key signature. They aren't in the music 'accidentally,' but it's easy to make mistakes if you don't notice them!
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Accidental

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Accidental

Pyroclastic rocks that are formed from fragments of non-volcanic rocks or from volcanic rocks not related to the erupting volcano.
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