Definition of unobservant
: not observant: such asa : not watchful or attentive unobservant of other people unobservant passersbyb : not careful to follow religious teachings or practices … a religious adventure that transformed a 34-year-old unobservant Jew to one of the leaders of the Jewish renewal movement … — Publishers Weekly
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With a compliant or unobservant casino, that money can be reported as gambling winnings to the I.R.S. and deposited into a U.S. bank with minimal questioning.
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