oblivious


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(followed by 'to' or 'of') lacking conscious awareness of

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failing to keep in mind

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Vronsky, standing beside Oblonsky, watched the carriages and the passengers, totally oblivious of his mother.
Away from the adventure-path, up to my ears in study, every moment occupied, I lived oblivious to John Barleycorn's existence.
But the sweeter music was playing in my ears, and I was blind and oblivious to all about me.
He slept that night, and did his writing next morning, and then the book tempted him and he fell, reading all afternoon, oblivious to everything and oblivious to the fact that that was the afternoon Ruth gave to him.
Of course, the SUPREMELY aristocratic thing is to be entirely oblivious of the mire of rabble, with its setting; but sometimes a reverse course may be aristocratic to remark, to scan, and even to gape at, the mob (for preference, through a lorgnette), even as though one were taking the crowd and its squalor for a sort of raree show which had been organised specially for a gentleman's diversion.
She became oblivious to any danger there might be in a visit to such an exposed place at such a time, and to all lesser considerations, and made up her mind to forestall them.
I had the feeling that he worked on a canvas with all the force of his violent personality, oblivious of everything in his effort to get what he saw with the mind's eye; and then, having finished, not the picture perhaps, for I had an idea that he seldom brought anything to completion, but the passion that fired him, he lost all care for it.
It is simple now to drive around in a stolen car with false number plates because the car has been cloned, and someone somewhere is driving the legitimate motor, paying road tax and insurance, completely oblivious to at least one car or possibly more driving around Britain and they are the ones paying.
DICING with death, these youngsters appear oblivious to the dangers of playing on railways.
Global Banking News-November 19, 2015--Chinese banks oblivious to bad loan implications
But once again the Tories appear totally oblivious to the fact the North East even exists.
MP for Newcastle North Catherine McKinnell said: "Once again the Tories appear totally oblivious to the fact the North East even exists.
ONE in three Yorkshire men are oblivious to the risks of prostate cancer, a charity has warned.
While Miley may seem oblivious, and call everyone 'haters', her pal Kelly Osbourne is giving her a bit of advice following the raunchy show.
Regarding "A man oblivious to music's tempo": I have never been able to dance or skate to the music.