Definition of unmindful in English:

unmindful

Syllabification: un·mind·ful
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈmīn(d)fəl
 
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adjective

[predic.]
Not conscious or aware: Danielle seemed unmindful of her parents' plight
More example sentences
  • Many people, including the educated, are unmindful of or oblivious to the disturbance they cause to others while speaking over their cellphones.
  • It's also interesting to see Jiro next to Ichiro, who looks just like Jiro but doesn't have the Gemini chip, making him reckless, uncaring, and unmindful of the presence of others.
  • Both the countries are unmindful of the consequences of a war, oblivious of a conventional war turning into a nuclear one as both the Third World poverty-stricken nations possess the demonic nuclear weapons.

Derivatives

unmindfully

adverb
More example sentences
  • By consuming unmindfully, we continue to bring the elements of craving, fear and violence into ourselves.
  • I walk down unmindfully towards the end where the platform slopes in to weeds.
  • On opening the hardbound, heavy book, one unmindfully feels one more souvenir is at hand.

unmindfulness

noun
More example sentences
  • It is unmindfulness that is suggested in my own reactions to the members of Good Samaritan congregation.
  • There is much more going on than mere misanalysis of information by the brain through unmindfulness.
  • How I envy them the unmindfulness of their brutality!

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