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unmindful

Line breaks: un|mind¦ful
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈmʌɪn(d)fʊl
 
, -f(ə)l/

Definition of unmindful in English:

adjective

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.
Synonyms
heedless of, taking no notice of, paying no heed to, careless of, disregardful of, regardless of, unheeding of, neglectful of, unconscious of, oblivious to, inattentive to, blind to, deaf to;
incautious, imprudent, rash, reckless, foolhardy, blithe, precipitate, unthinking, thoughtless, improvident, unwary, unobservant, unwatchful

Derivatives

unmindfully

1
adverb
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

2
noun
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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