unreflective

[ UK /ˌʌnɹɪflˈɛktɪv/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not exhibiting or characterized by careful thought
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How To Use unreflective In A Sentence

  • So, Philosophy tells Boethius, since you accepted them unreflectively when fortune was treating you well, it really makes no sense that you should start asking questions now. In the Valley of the Shadow
  • Now various unreflective numbskulls seem to think that there is a contradiction between consuming American culture and being critical of the U.S. government.
  • This is just another stupid decision by several foolish officials taken in a small room, totally unreflective of the people's will, " said a comment on Mop, a current affairs forum.
  • And with us painters also, the only result of any efforts we make to acquaint ourselves with the subjects of metaphysical inquiry has been an increased sense of the prudence of lying placidly and unreflectively in our pools, or at least limiting ourselves to such gentle efforts of imagination as may be consistent with the as yet imperfectly developed powers, I do not say even of cephalopodic, but of Ascidian nervous centers. On the Old Road, Vol. 2 (of 2) A Collection of Miscellaneous Essays and Articles on Art and Literature
  • It seemed to his unreflective mind that things had actually improved in the last month. A WORM OF DOUBT
  • The idea that men are and ought to be unreflective, grunting, two-fisted louts good with their hands but not so much with their hearts and their heads is a class thing not a gender thing and it is imposed upon working class men by a system that needs them to be beasts of burden. Male values don't include patience?
  • The immediate need seems to be that of a reform of the reformed Missal of 1969, for, quite a number of changes originating within the Post-Conciliar reform seem to have been introduced somewhat hastily and unreflectively, as Cardinal Antonelli himself repeatedly stated. Archbishop Ranjith's Foreword to "True Development of the Liturgy"
  • Weber wrote that a large part of human behavior fell into the traditional or habitual category which, as routinized and unreflective, implied that little or no choice was involved.
  • Anecdote dominates many chapters, with unreflective reportage frequently doing duty for examination.
  • His level, unreflective air, the pronouncement of acceptable, believed certainties. THE LAST RAVEN
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