inattentive[ in-uh-ten-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF inattentive
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You shall not complain of an inattentive or an irritable auditor.
He stopped suddenly, for he had glanced at M. Chevrial and found him inattentive.
He was inattentive, and I perceived that he was profoundly perturbed.
But when prayer is inattentive the mind does not ascend towards God.
He paused a moment, looking at the inattentive youth opposite him.
Many of them were avaricious, timid, lazy and inattentive to their duties.
It is only the most inattentive of historical students who can afford to ignore this.
You are often late, often inattentive, and are no better clerk now than you were a year ago.
Spoken to a person who is inattentive to what has been said to him, and who asks to have it repeated.
I tried hard to teach her my sign language, but she was dull and inattentive.
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