unmindful

[uhn-mahynd-fuhl]
adjective
not mindful; unaware; heedless; forgetful; careless; neglectful: unmindful of obligations.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English unmyndeful. See un-1, mindful

unmindfully, adverb
unmindfulness, noun


inattentive, negligent, unobservant.
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unmindful (ʌnˈmaɪndfʊl)
 
adj (and foll by of)
careless, heedless, or forgetful
 
un'mindfully
 
adv
 
un'mindfulness
 
n

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Example sentences
One cannot stand in this presence and be unmindful of the tremendous
  responsibility.
Himes could be shockingly unobservant, even unmindful, of his own life and
  motives.
We are not unmindful of the brilliant advances which have been made in
  scientific knowledge.
We are not unmindful that these records may disclose substantive matters
  pertaining to the rendition of legal services.
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