Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not distracted; not perplexed by contrariety or variety of thoughts, desires, or concerns.

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  • adjective Not distracted

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Examples

  • And partly because it keeps incoming information at bay, sleep is the best time for the "undistracted" hippocampus to shuttle memories to the neocortex, and for the neocortex to link them to related memories.

    Sleep Now, Remember Later

  • Who is anyone to say that it would be better for Elizabeth if Edwards quit the campaign to "undistracted" time?

    The Edwards announcement.

  • "undistracted" by the need to placate primitive public sentiments.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • "undistracted" by the need to placate primitive public sentiments.

    Dollars & Sense blog

  • "undistracted" by the need to placate primitive public sentiments.

    Dollars & Sense blog

  • "undistracted" by the need to placate primitive public sentiments.

    Later On

  • She runs through "Für Elise," undistracted by a hovering dad or by a sister, Betsy, 5, who is on the floor helping to work the pedals with her hand.

    Joseph Cao, the unlikely congressman from New Orleans

  • The sweeping view of New York is the perfect inspiration to work on my book totally undistracted.

    Sean Black: Diary of a Silicon Valley CEO

  • The sweeping view of New York is the perfect inspiration to work on my book totally undistracted.

    Sean Black: Diary of a Silicon Valley CEO

  • The Americans, on the other hand, who may have let their territorial ambitions carry them away in 1812 and 1813, by 1814 found themselves facing the full power of an undistracted Britain.

    Between War and Peace

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