adj. forgetful; unthinking, rash

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.


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  • unmindful — ► ADJECTIVE (unmindful of) ▪ not conscious or aware of …   English terms dictionary

  • unmindful — index blind (not discerning), careless, casual, cold blooded, cursory, derelict (negligent), disobedient …   Law dictionary

  • unmindful — late 14c., from UN (Cf. un ) (1) not + MINDFUL (Cf. mindful) …   Etymology dictionary

  • unmindful — *forgetful, oblivious Analogous words: heedless, thoughtless, *careless, inadvertent: *negligent, neglectful, remiss Antonyms: mindful: solicitous Contrasted words: careful, concerned, anxious, worried (see under CARE): *thoughtful, considerate,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • unmindful — [unmīnd′fəl] adj. not mindful or attentive; forgetful; heedless; careless unmindfully adv …   English World dictionary

  • unmindful — adj. (cannot stand alone) unmindful of (unmindful of danger) * * * [ʌn maɪndf(ə)l] (cannot stand alone) unmindful of (unmindful of danger) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • unmindful — adjective Date: 14th century not conscientiously aware, attentive, or heedful ; inattentive, careless < went shirtless, unmindful of the sun s punishing rays > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • unmindful — unmindfully, adv. unmindfulness, n. /un muynd feuhl/, adj. not mindful; unaware; heedless; forgetful; careless; neglectful: unmindful of obligations. [1350 1400; ME unmyndeful. See UN 1, MINDFUL] Syn. inattentive, negligent, unobservant. * * * …   Universalium

  • unmindful — Synonyms and related words: Lethean, a stranger to, absentminded, airy, aloof, amnestic, apathetic, asleep, ataractic, blase, blind to, blocked, bored, careless, casual, caught napping, converted, cursory, dead to, deaf to, degage, detached,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • unmindful of — not conscious or aware of. → unmindful …   English new terms dictionary

  • unmindful — adjective (unmindful of) not conscious or aware of. Derivatives unmindfully adverb unmindfulness noun …   English new terms dictionary

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