Definition of unthinking in English:

unthinking

Line breaks: un|think|ing
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈθɪŋkɪŋ
 
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adjective

Derivatives

unthinkingly

adverb
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  • Controlled and coerced by authority and media, the individual either accepts the message blindly and unthinkingly, or reacts creatively and critically because he understands dominance.
  • You're so happy with the friendly and attentive service you've received that you unthinkingly tip 20%, or more, and search for the eye of your waiter and exchange with them a hearty goodbye.
  • A particularly good chapter on Asia rebukes anyone who unthinkingly assigns to China the role once played by the Soviet Union as the natural antagonist of the U.S.

unthinkingness

noun
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  • Please put it down to momentary unthinkingness.
  • In this unthinkingness, in this damned egoistic impressionism, lurks a sinister bureaucracy of thought suppressing all healthy, deviant impulses - namely, congruency between image and sound.
  • But there is an art to this, and it is the antithesis of the unthinkingness that propagates the clichés in the first place.

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