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Oblivious

Pronunciation of Oblivious
/əblˈɪvɪəs/, /əblˈɪvɪəs/, /ə_b_l_ˈɪ_v_ɪ__ə_s/

Antonyms for oblivious:

mindful, wide-awake, aware, informed, attentive, conscious.

Synonyms for oblivious:

Sense 1

amnesic, amnesiac.

Sense 2

unfamiliar, deaf, unenlightened, unwitting, unacquainted.

Sense 3

blind.

Sense 9

innocent.

engrossed

rapt.

thankless

ungrateful.

Other synonyms and related words:

amnesic, unenlightened, careless, forgetful, absorbed, amnesiac, ungrateful, listless, rapt, unwitting, deaf, unacquainted, indifferent, unaware, nescient, abstracted, innocent, mindless, unfamiliar, blind.

all (adjective)

unmindful, forgetful.

blind (adjective)

unperceptive.

ignorant (adjective)

unaware, nescient.

inattentive (adjective)

unconcerned, napping, disinterested, faraway, negligent, unheedful, unmindful, heedless, careless, inadvertent, absent, preoccupied, distracted, aloof, wandering, uninterested, unconscious, detached, dreamy, Absent-minded, Disregardful, thoughtless, Ignoring, befuddled, inattentive.

indifferent (adjective)

insensible, blind.

senseless (adjective)

dead, blacked out, faint, insensitive, anesthetized, comatose, aloof, numb, swooning, unconscious, insensible, unfeeling, insentient, unperceptive, soporific, callous, narcotic, senseless, trance-like, dull.

unaware (adjective)

inattentive, uninformed, unconscious, incognizant, unknowing, unobservant, ignorant, preoccupied, insensible.

unaware, ignorant (adjective)

unacquainted, negligent, heedless, absent, unconcerned, unconscious, incognizant, amnesic, forgetful, unmindful, blind, careless, unwitting, uninformed, unknowing, abstracted, dreamy, unfamiliar, insensible, Disregardful, absorbed, deaf, inattentive, distracted, unobservant, preoccupied.

ungrateful (adjective)

ungrateful.

unwilling (adjective)

deaf.

Sense 2 (noun)

amnesic, amnesiac.

Sense 3 (noun)

unfamiliar, innocent, unenlightened, unwitting, unacquainted.

oblivious (noun)

unaware, forgetful, unmindful, inattentive.

Usage examples for oblivious:

  • Kathryn, still writing, was oblivious quite to all that was going on around her. - "A Fool There Was", Porter Emerson Browne.
  • But, oblivious of the bed, she stood for a long time at the window, staring out at nothing. - "Missy", Dana Gatlin.

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