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un- +‎ reflective

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unreflective (not comparable)

  1. Not reflective; thoughtless
    • 1843, Thomas Carlyle, Past and Present, book 2, ch. XVII, The beginnings
      Is it not enough, at any rate, to strike the thing called ‘Fame’ into total silence for a wise man? For fools and unreflective persons, she is and will be very noisy, this ‘Fame’, and talks of her ‘immortals’ and so forth: but if you will consider it, what is she?
    • 2009, January 6, “Clyde Haberman”, in We Know About the Mess. Please, Clean Up Carefully.[1]:
      But perhaps, too, it is worth recalling where hasty, unreflective action has taken us in recent years.

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