mindless

[ mahynd-lis ]
/ ˈmaɪnd lɪs /
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adjective

without intelligence; senseless: a mindless creature.
unmindful or heedless: mindless of all dangers.

Origin of mindless

before 1000; Middle English myndles, Old English gemyndlēas. See mind, -less
Related formsmind·less·ly, adverbmind·less·ness, noun
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mindless

/ (ˈmaɪndlɪs) /

adjective

stupid or careless
requiring little or no intellectual efforta mindless task
Derived Formsmindlessly, adverbmindlessness, noun
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Word Origin and History for mindlessly

mindless


adj.

c.1400, "unmindful, heedless, negligent," from mind (n.) + -less. Related: Mindlessly; mindlessness. Old English had myndleas "foolish, senseless."

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