unminded

unminded

(ʌnˈmaɪndɪd)
adj
disregarded
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Hee, after EVE seduc't, unminded slunk Into the Wood fast by, and changing shape To observe the sequel, saw his guileful act By EVE, though all unweeting, seconded Upon her Husband, saw thir shame that sought Vain covertures; but when he saw descend The Son of God to judge them, terrifi'd Hee fled, not hoping to escape, but shun The present, fearing guiltie what his wrauth Might suddenly inflict; that past, return'd By Night, and listning where the hapless Paire Sate in thir sad discourse, and various plaint, Thence gatherd his own doom, which understood Not instant, but of future time.
The bitter truth is that 'Unminded with the environmental agents like cold weather, cultural clashes and many other dreadful conditions abroad' we, overwhelmed with the high hopes and zeal to serve our homeland and its people but when we get back we are treated very unfairly and paid lowest.
I agree with your sense of "socially-minded" but also because it suggests socially unminded. Mind the gap.
Very well, I confess that my wife, with intention so to do, took a baby from an unminded pram.