Accidently or accidentally

There are many confusing words available and accidently or accidentally are confusing words what many people do not know the meaning. In this article we will try to solve the problems and try to understand the meaning of these words accidently or accidentally. We will also know the difference of these words. I hope after reading this article, you will not face any problems between these words like accidently or accidentally.
Accidently and accidentally are confusing words. Accidently and accidentally are both adverbs of Accidental. This word is used less. Meaning of these words are different. Between these words, the word accidentally is more correct. The words Accidently and accidentally forms from Accident. The word accidently is simple form of adverb, the comparative degree of the word is more accidently and superlative degree is the most accidently. Meaning of the word accidentally is “In an accidental manner, by chance; unexpectedly; casually; fortuitously. Meaning of the word accidently is “by accident, unexpectedly, fortuitously, by chance; unintentionally.” Meaning of these words are also almost similar. If you see the word in dictionary, then it says that “accidently” is a substitute spelling of accidentally.
Formally both words are similar things. The word “Accidently” is correct but it is not perfect to use formally although the word is correct. However, if you have a good dictionary then you can easily find the difference and know the meaning of the words. You can use any word from these two words accidently or accidentally. I am sure the examiner is not going cross any word. Although some people have different points of view related with these words and you can know more point of views about these words from the site www.englishforums.com/English/AccidentlyVsAccidentally/jghch/post.htm. If you want to use any of the words, then you may use the word accidentally.

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