Oblivious
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British pronunciation/əblˈɪvɪəs/
American pronunciation/əˈbɫɪviəs/
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lacking conscious awareness of something

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unaware or forgetful of something

oblivious definition and meaning
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He often became so engrossed in his work that he became oblivious to the passage of time, frequently forgetting to take breaks.
She was so absorbed in her thoughts that she became oblivious to the fact that she had left the stove on.
The oblivious student forgot to submit their assignment, unaware of the deadline passing.
The absent-minded professor, renowned for his brilliant research, frequently became oblivious to his surroundings, often misplacing important documents and belongings.
The elderly man, becoming increasingly forgetful with age, was oblivious to where he had placed his glasses, searching frantically around the house.
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The children were oblivious to the time, playing happily in the park long after sunset.
He was completely oblivious of the danger ahead, walking through the dark forest without a care.
She remained oblivious to the fact that her phone was ringing as she continued to focus on her work.
He was so engrossed in his book that he was oblivious to the commotion around him.
Despite the loud noise, the baby remained oblivious, peacefully sleeping in her crib.
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