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thought·less

 (thôt′lĭs)
adj.
1. Marked by or showing lack of due forethought or care; careless: a thoughtless mistake; a thoughtless bumbler. See Synonyms at careless.
2. Inconsiderate of the feelings of others: a thoughtless remark.
3. Lacking thought: staring blankly in a thoughtless daze.

thought′less·ly adv.
thought′less·ness n.

thoughtless

(ˈθɔːtlɪs)
adj
1. inconsiderate: a thoughtless remark.
2. having or showing lack of thought: a thoughtless essay.
3. unable to think; not having the power of thought
ˈthoughtlessly adv
ˈthoughtlessness n

thought•less

(ˈθɔt lɪs)

adj.
1. lacking in consideration for others; inconsiderate; tactless: a thoughtless remark.
2. not thinking enough; careless or heedless: thoughtless of his health.
3. devoid of or lacking capacity for thought.
4. characterized by or showing lack of thought.
[1585–95]
thought′less•ly, adv.
thought′less•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.thoughtless - showing lack of careful thought; "the debate turned into thoughtless bickering"
inconsiderate - lacking regard for the rights or feelings of others; "shockingly inconsiderate behavior"
thoughtful - exhibiting or characterized by careful thought; "a thoughtful paper"
2.thoughtless - without care or thought for othersthoughtless - without care or thought for others; "the thoughtless saying of a great princess on being informed that the people had no bread; `Let them eat cake'"
inconsiderate - lacking regard for the rights or feelings of others; "shockingly inconsiderate behavior"

thoughtless

thoughtless

adjective
2. Devoid of consideration for others' feelings:
Translations
bezmyšlenkovitýbezohlednýlehkomyslnýnemyslícíneohleduplný
tankeløs
ajattelematon
lakomislen
tillitslaus
思慮を欠く
경솔한
neuvážený
tanklös
อย่างไม่มีความคิด
vô tâm

thoughtless

[ˈθɔːtlɪs] ADJ
1. (= inconsiderate) [person] → poco considerado, desconsiderado; [remark] → desconsiderado
how thoughtless of you!¡qué desconsiderado or poco considerado por tu parte!, ¡qué falta de consideración por tu parte!
it was thoughtless of him to say thatfue una falta de consideración por su parte decir eso
2. (= unthinking) → irreflexivo, inconsciente

thoughtless

[ˈθɔːtləs] adj (= inconsiderate) [person] → irréfléchi(e); [remark] → indélicat(e); [behaviour] → inconsidéré(e)
He's completely thoughtless → Il est complètement irréfléchi.
to be thoughtless of sb
It was thoughtless of her to mention it → C'était inconsidéré de sa part d'en parler.

thoughtless

adj
(= inconsiderate) persongedankenlos, rücksichtslos; (= inattentive, unhelpful)gedankenlos, unachtsam; he’s very thoughtless of or about/to(wards) other peopleer ist sehr gedankenlos/rücksichtslos anderen gegenüber; how thoughtless of you!wie rücksichtslos von dir!; it was thoughtless of her (to tell him)es war gedankenlos von ihr(, es ihm zu erzählen)
(= without reflection)gedankenlos, unüberlegt, unbesonnen; thoughtless of the danger, he leaptungeachtet der Gefahr sprang er

thoughtless

[ˈθɔːtlɪs] adj (person, remark, words) → sconsiderato/a; (behaviour) → scortese
thoughtless of the consequences → senza pensare alle conseguenze

thought

(ˈθoːt) verb
see think.
noun
1. something that one thinks; an idea. I had a sudden thought.
2. the act of thinking; consideration. After a great deal of thought we decided to emigrate to America.
3. general opinion. scientific thought.
ˈthoughtful adjective
1. (appearing to be) thinking deeply. You look thoughtful; a thoughtful mood.
2. thinking of other people; consideration. It was very thoughtful of you to do that.
ˈthoughtfully adverb
ˈthoughtfulness noun
ˈthoughtless adjective
not thinking about other people; showing no thought, care or consideration; inconsiderate. thoughtless words.
ˈthoughtlessly adverb
ˈthoughtlessness noun

thoughtless

طَائِش bezohledný tankeløs rücksichtslos απερίσκεπτος irreflexivo ajattelematon irréfléchi lakomislen avventato 思慮を欠く 경솔한 gedachteloos tankeløs bezmyślny desatento безрассудный tanklös อย่างไม่มีความคิด düşüncesiz vô tâm 欠考虑的
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Is it better to reveal the snares and pitfalls of life to the young and thoughtless traveller, or to cover them with branches and flowers?
That thoughtless deity immediately plunged into the pool, which became so salivated that the trees about its margin all came loose and dropped out.
Though often thoughtless in my speech, I never should have imagined that you would take my words as a jest at your expense.
There is no steady unretracing progress in this life; we do not advance through fixed gradations, and at the last one pause: --through infancy's unconscious spell, boyhood's thoughtless faith, adolescence' doubt (the common doom), then scepticism, then disbelief, resting at last in manhood's pondering repose of If.
And he shut up any of his thoughtless comrades who attempted to allude to his connection.
To say the truth, Sophia, when very young, discerned that Tom, though an idle, thoughtless, rattling rascal, was nobody's enemy but his own; and that Master Blifil, though a prudent, discreet, sober young gentleman, was at the same time strongly attached to the interest only of one single person; and who that single person was the reader will be able to divine without any assistance of ours.
These Men are like thoughtless young ones--stupid and easily amused.
There was some booing from those more thoughtless and excitable souls to whom a crowd is always an occasion for noise and horse-play.
There's some turrible thoughtless people in the world, Mistress Blythe.
Here was a wonderful instance of consideration from the thoughtless Miss Murray.
That young man (speaking lower) is very thoughtless.
A friend of mine, who lives at Kingston, went in there to buy a hat one day, and, in a thoughtless moment, put his hand in his pocket and paid for it then and there.