absent-minded


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Synonyms for absent-minded

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so lost in thought as to be unaware of one's surroundings

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"When you call me absent-minded. It is a monstrous defect; I will cure myself of it, and do your prologue for you."
Culkin's pic got major love from fans, some of whom urged the now-grown Culkin to play Kevin's absent-minded dad in the reboot.
Admonished Failing to appear at Airdrie Sheriff Court led to an absent-minded woman being admonished.
Ben's kids love old Disney movies like The Absent-Minded Professor, so he'd love to do a remake of one of those," said a source.
"However, December is a busy time and people may be a little more absent-minded because of the amount of things they have to do.
Young tearaway Faye makes outlandish plans to abscond with on/off boyfriend Seb and Gemma and Rosie worry about rattled Rita as she becomes more absent-minded.
"We are ready to go bo-bo's," an absent-minded Mo let slip.
' Diya Aur Toofan' tells the story of Gaz, an absent-minded doctor who fears commitment after the death of his wife who falls through a gymnastic trampoline and breaks her leg.
A survey shows absent-minded travellers are dipping into their funds to buy items from swimming costumes and undies to phone chargers and sunglasses.
HARRY HILL IN PROFESSOR BRANESTAWM RETURNS BBC1, 5.20pm Harry Hill is back as the absent-minded professor with the multiple spectacles, who believes his money troubles are over when Lady Pagwell dies, leaving a substantial sum to fund local inventing.
For instance, in a biography of Albert Einstein that I read a few years ago, the best-known physicist was portrayed as someone who was absent-minded and insensitive, purely on account of what his ex-wife said, following the death of the former: she had said that she found Einstein not wearing his underwear while on board a train in Berlin, Germany, on a wintry evening - a sign that she thought Einstein being absent-minded.
One of the founding fathers of Psychology, William James, was often accused of being absent-minded to which he responded that he was really just present-minded to his own thoughts.
is trialing a service that removes the need to remember passwords, providing users aren't so absent-minded they don't also lose or mislay their phones.
For the uninitiated, Professor Branestawm is an absent-minded professor, whose creations have a habit of going disastrously wrong.