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  • adj. Not meditative.


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un- +‎ meditative


  • Thousands of people — mostly teenagers, it seemed — sat in silence for what seemed to my unmeditative soul like forever.

    Philocrites: A vacation in Pentecost: A sermon about Taize.

  • Thought comes to him slowly, and only after long seemingly unmeditative watching, and when it comes, (and he had the same character in matters of business) it is spoken without hesitation and never changed.

    Synge and the Ireland of His Time

  • Hence the impulsive, restless, domineering, unmeditative character of the child.

    The Story of the Mind

  • By the by, "continued Darrell, who was now throwing the bread to the swans, and had resumed his careless, unmeditative manner," you were not aware that I have a brother hermit, -- a companion be sides the swans and the doe.

    What Will He Do with It? — Volume 02


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