unthoughtful

ADJECTIVE
  1. not exhibiting or characterized by careful thought
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How To Use unthoughtful In A Sentence

  • Being depressed doesn't give you an excuse to be so unthoughtful about others
  • I also like Mill's querulous intolerance of the conformist pressure of orthodoxy and his impatience with unthoughtfulness.
  • I trust what you think because I know... I know you wouldn't think anything unthoughtful. THE CALLIGRAPHER
  • I do take issue with the insensitive, unthoughtful and demeaning comments made about the premises, which I feel reflect badly on the good name of the business.
  • One cannot expect a thoughtful and intelligent answer to an unthoughtful comment.
  • In fact, considering my most recent actions, one could easily come to the conclusion that I was raised by people who had no sense of solicitude whatsoever, but it was not the case; unthoughtfulness is a trait I developed all on my own.
  • A creative person is neither a utopianist nor an unthoughtful daredevil.
  • If the rows on the ears of corn are irregular and broken, the planter is considered careless and unthoughtful.
  • Let us say that the cheating person, in this hypothetical scenario, is a woman, and that her husband is kind of an unthoughtful jerk.
  • I also like Mill's querulous intolerance of the conformist pressure of orthodoxy and his impatience with unthoughtfulness.
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