Definitions

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  • adv. In an unmindful fashion; without mindfulness.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an unmindful manner; carelessly; heedlessly.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a careless and thoughtless manner

Etymologies

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unmindful +‎ -ly

Examples

  • What Heehs is referring to as religion here is the Mimamsa aspect; the Karma, or daily rituals which need to be performed cheerfully and often unmindfully while attention grazes over more profitable options.

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  • Mother rushed off, carrying the lantern with her and unmindfully plunging us into total darkness.

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  • He ran more slowly than he wanted, but the creek bed was an obstacle course littered with rocks and limbs and sudden mud that threatened to snap an ankle if he placed a foot unmindfully.

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  • She was crying steadily but unmindfully, as though her tears had nothing to do with her.

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  • It may also have been possible that this clearly overage officer, who should have no business being a field operative, may have unmindfully shot at an unarmed citizen.

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  • His pertinent reminder that the earth on which we trod, unmindfully, is the source of everything we need to survive and all the things we seek to enjoy.

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  • None of the purity retains, and these songs are just entertaining beats and noise that you might unmindfully enjoy and then forget.

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  • Religious people have a natural inclination to trot along on mediocre levels; reacting pleasantly to all the usual practices, playing down to the hopes and fears of the primitive mind, its childish craving for comfort and protection, its tendency to rest in symbols and spells, and satisfying its devotional inclinations by any "long psalter unmindfully mumbled in the teeth." [

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