irreflection

noun ir·reflection \¦i, ¦ir, ¦iə+\
variants: less commonly

irreflexion

\¦i, ¦ir, ¦iə+\

Definition of irreflection

  1. :  lack of mental consideration (as of a project or course of action)

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Origin and Etymology of irreflection

French irréflexion, from in- 1in- + réflexion — more at reflection


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