irreflective

Related to irreflective: unreflective, Irreflexive relation

irreflective

(ɪrɪˈflɛktɪv)
adj
unthinking or unreflective
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And minority candidates hold office at unprecedented levels." (269) The Court described the formula as outdated and irreflective of "current political conditions." (270) This ruling brought relief to VRA supporters and left many feeling that Section 5 was constitutionally secure.
His Embassy is irreflective of a diverse Sudan that the SPLM has fought for.
In a fragile and ephemeral way, Banksy's tactical intervention in Disneyland discloses the constitutive, if limited, impotencies of authoritarian regimes, their irreflective blindspots, their vulnerability to ethical gestures of evasion, silence, mockery and symbolic contestation.
It shouldn't be exclude that irreflective agreement can make harm for people of these countries as well as to make Georgian people the hostages of the foreign policy.
Hypoproteinemia has been found to decrease the sensitivity and specificity of TSAT because transferrin (a protein) decreases irreflective of iron stores (Besarab et al., 2000).
Although he has to admit that Rubens is one of a small group of great painters, he is the "vulgarest" of that group: "we have in Rubens a constant sense of something superficial, irreflective, something cheap" (Sweeney 119).
Wodehouse calls "the vapid and irreflective reader"--might be inclined to doubt that the auctioneers were describing Black Betsy.