absent-minded

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I thought of all the absent-minded things he might do, but I never thought of this, no, I never!

Winnie maintained that he was much less “absent-minded” now.

“Of course,” repeated the great man, with a sort of absent-minded loftiness.

"I will think about it," replied my mother in an absent-minded way.

His face was downcast and he put the dishes on the table in an absent-minded way.

It shows how absent-minded I am, for I ought to have thought of the wine long ago.

Aunty May said, "Yes, but you'll never have a chance to get absent-minded with this boy again."

"Oh, no; everything is going on all right," she replied, in an absent-minded way.

He joked no more and, during breakfast, was silent and absent-minded.

She seemed to be thinking of something else and her answers were brief and absent-minded.

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