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unmindful

[uhn-mahynd-fuh l] /ʌnˈmaɪnd fəl/
adjective
1.
not mindful; unaware; heedless; forgetful; careless; neglectful:
unmindful of obligations.
Origin
1350-1400
1350-1400; Middle English unmyndeful. See un-1, mindful
Related forms
unmindfully, adverb
unmindfulness, noun
Synonyms
inattentive, negligent, unobservant.
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Examples for unmindful
  • One cannot stand in this presence and be unmindful of the tremendous responsibility.
  • unmindful of his wound, he jumped into the compound, followed by a large contingent of regulars.
  • 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.
  • We are not unmindful of the cases cited by appellant in his brief.
  • Still, ever responsive to duty's call upward pressed the exiles, unmindful of the results.
  • Appellant seems unmindful of the standards on appeal in this case.
  • We are not unmindful of the noble part you have performed and the patriotic services you have rendered in this struggle.
British Dictionary definitions for unmindful

unmindful

/ʌnˈmaɪndfʊl/
adjective
1.
(usually postpositive) and foll by of. careless, heedless, or forgetful
Derived Forms
unmindfully, adverb
unmindfulness, noun
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