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Definition of Oblivious

Oblivious

  1. Promoting oblivion; causing forgetfulness.
  2. Evincing oblivion; forgetful.

Oblivious Quotations

I don't engage in social media, which has its good and bad sides, I guess - but the good side is when people hate my guts, I'm kind of oblivious to it.
Hilarie Burton

Neither James Madison, for whom this lecture is named, nor any of the other Framers of the Constitution, were oblivious, careless, or otherwise unaware of the words they chose for the document and its Bill of Rights.
Diane Wood

I hate people walking down the street listening to the soundtrack of their lives which responds to them but not their setting. I hate the overspill of sound which metro and subway riders are oblivious to because they notice no one and nothing around them.
Margaret Heffernan

I'm not saying this just to be self-deprecating, but I have always taken delight in playing people who are oblivious, because I do think I have giant, giant blind spots. It's a very comfortable place to be.
Ty Burrell

To me, this is from a Buddhist perspective or whatever, sometimes people who are working out their political beliefs, they can rage against the man, and yet at the same time can be oblivious to their own way of stepping on the foot of the person right next to them.
Mike White
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Oblivious Translations

oblivious in French is oublieux
oblivious in Italian is smemorato
oblivious in Spanish is olvidado
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