A short speech; and an unattentive, and disheartened audience!
Young men, who are too unattentive to receive lectures, are irresistibly taken with performances.
The public who do not believe in military operations without bloodshed may be unattentive.
Milk and sugar and was unattentive as to cleanliness with the child?
late 14c. (implied in attentively), from Old French attentif, from Vulgar Latin *attenditus, from Latin attentus "heedful, observant" (see attend). Sense of "actively ministering to the needs and wants" (of another person) is from early 16c. Related: Attentively.