/ˌɪn əˈtɛn tɪv/
heedless, oblivious, unmindful, preoccupied.
not paying attention; heedless; negligent
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What happened was a tragic accident probably caused by an inattentive employee.
They would eat the ignorant inattentive trolls among us.
If the system is satisfied that it's got an inattentive driver, it will sound warning chimes.
Security issues, road hazards, inattentive people all make it a risky endeavor.
Boys tend to be disruptive, inattentive and hyperactive-this is what boys do.
Search committees are accretions of sometimes unwilling or inattentive people who can be amateurs when it comes to hiring.
Profit and nonprofit boards alike throughout the country seem routinely inattentive.
Without an engine-braking effect, you sail up alarmingly fast on the car ahead or the inattentive pedestrian.
They will be grouchy and inattentive during the day.
Children with impaired hearing may appear to be distracted, inattentive, and unintelligent.
Cellphones make pedestrians inattentive, and emergency room records show the results.
Inattentive or distracted drivers appear to be a growing contributing factor in these collisions.