unthinkingness love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The character of being unthinking or thoughtless.

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Examples

  • 'But as long as we have kept you alive, and saved you from being transported,' said his wife, 'for which all thanks be due to this good gentleman, we shall mind no hardships, and never go astray again, in wicked unthinkingness of this great mercy.'

    Camilla

  • After the grim composure, and substantial, reflective methods of her New England life, the _abandon_ and unthinkingness of these French-Canadians were bewildering and delightful to her.

    Hetty's Strange History

  • In a fit of unthinkingness - if I may use such an expression, - I gave the floor over the parlour, where the seance was taking place, two loud raps with the hammer.

    The Diary of a Nobody

  • And, truly, I was utter angered with myself; and somewise also with her, in that she did not waken mine unthinkingness to this thing.

    The Night Land: Chapter 13

  • In a fit of unthinkingness -- if I may use such an expression, -- I gave the floor over the parlour, where the seance was taking place, two loud raps with the hammer.

    Diary of a Nobody

  • Then, by the unthinkingness of that and reiterations continued, the dogmatic crudity was consummated and Christ became a ransom paid to the devil.

    The Vicarious Sacrifice, Grounded in Principles of Universal Obligation.

  • The doctrine yet lingers by sheer force of prescription and unthinkingness, when the basis on which it originally rested has been dissipated.

    The Destiny of the Soul A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life

  • And that, I think, is the biggest difficulty, even above human selfishness and unthinkingness - the healthy consort with the healthy, the ill and the mad are quickly removed from their ken, and the healthy don't have sufficient experience, even at second hand, to tell them that taking an extra day or week off is only a bonus when there is an 'on' to go back to; that if time off becomes obligatory, then it's time 'on' which has to be stolen or connived for.

    National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week: The four big lies.

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