Definition of unreflectingly in English:



See unreflecting

  • ‘My sincere apologies if you feel this casts aspersions upon your grandfather, and in charity I must add that he was a child of his unreflectingly materialist age.’
  • ‘Problems arise, however, when it is used, naively and unreflectingly, to apply to physical bodies: we naively suppose the experiential quality to be an intrinsic quality of the physical object.’
  • ‘He argued that the demands social structures make on individuals become embedded in patterns of behaviour and perception that people unreflectingly apply in everyday life.’
  • ‘Yet on occasion, and perhaps unreflectingly, we still use the expression.’
  • ‘We have responded to the chorus of denunciation like dogs to a siren, unreflectingly, that is.’