Origin of unthinking
verb (used without object), un·thought, un·think·ing.
verb (used with object), un·thought, un·think·ing.
Origin of unthink
Examples from the Web for unthinking
Well, to the unthinking anti-Semite, it doesn't matter how the Jewish manipulation works.
Neither, for that matter, do unthinking appeals to sacrosanct moral imperatives like the Ten Commandments.
But Jackson was an experienced hand at public affairs, and his populism, while genuinely felt, was not unthinking or unreflective.
Already the air was full of all sorts of fads and fancies that appealed to the unthinking and the unwary.Studies in the Epistle of James|A. T. Robertson
His own state of his views of futurity will appear truly rational; and may, perhaps, impress the unthinking with seriousness.Life Of Johnson, Volume 4 (of 6)|Boswell
There was no chain for him in cause and effect, no unthinking of the will of man.Essays on Art|A. Clutton-Brock
There is nothing in its psychology to scare the unthinking or alarm the vulgar.Michael and His Lost Angel|Henry Arthur Jones
He must have no hazy impressions, no unthinking mind, no ill-defined ideas, no inexactness.Public Speaking|Clarence Stratton