unmindful

adjective
un·mind·ful | \ˌən-ˈmīn(d)-fəl \

Definition of unmindful 

: not conscientiously aware, attentive, or heedful : inattentive, careless went shirtless, unmindful of the sun's punishing rays

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Examples of unmindful in a Sentence

unmindful of the consequences of such a rash decision

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Like Michelangelo’s sculpture, David is casually confident of the godly perfection of his body and apparently unmindful of its effect on others. Andrew Marantz, The New Yorker, "A Novel of Sex and Secrecy," 10 Oct. 2011

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First Known Use of unmindful

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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unmindful

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of unmindful

: not aware of something that might be important

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