Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not minded; not heeded; not kept in mind.

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  • adjective To which no attention is paid; ignored, unheeded.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ minded

Examples

  • I answered solemnly, and then being of gentle birth and unminded to strike a defenseless female of uncertain years, I ran; I ran home and wrote a chapter in my book and this is it.

    DARKWATER

  • In the rapid eccentricities of cloud and coruscation, the source which supplied to the varying forms so much of their substance was hidden or unminded.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 37, November, 1860

  • I answered solemnly, and then being of gentle birth, and unminded to strike a defenseless female of uncertain years, I ran; I ran home and wrote a chapter in my book and this is it.

    Darkwater Voices from Within the Veil

  • Then Doggie broke down, and with a gush of unminded tears found expression for his stony despair.

    The Literary World Seventh Reader

  • The group, (an unminded point, set in a vast surrounding;)

    Sparkles from The Wheel

  • They had no relation to me except as I had to nature, but they were my beginnings, my simple ancestors who had stayed simple and unminded, and I was to count those hours happy when I communed with them.

    Mystic Isles of the South Seas.

  • Then Doggie broke down, and with a gush of unminded tears found expression for his stony despair.

    The Rough Road

  • "Whatever, unknown or unminded by others, wanders by night through the labyrinth of the heart" -- that he must transmit to the hearer; he must allow the listener to share with him the gift of "being able to give expression to his suffering."

    The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Volume 01 Masterpieces of German Literature Translated into English.

  • Bathsheba had too much sense to mind seriously what her servitors said about her; but too much womanly redundance of speech to leave alone what was said till it died the natural death of unminded things.

    Far from the Madding Crowd

  • Bathsheba had too much sense to mind seriously what her servitors said about her; but too much womanly redundance of speech to leave alone what was said till it died the natural death of unminded things.

    Far from the Madding Crowd

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