Word – Oblivious
Oblivious – Word of the Day
Unable to Remember or Unconscious (Clueless of what’s happening around). Generally not concerned about anything.
Going back to history in the mid 15th century, the word ‘Oblivious’ originated from the Latin word ‘ Oblivious,’ which means ‘forgetful’ or quickly forgets.
1. Adjective Examples – Oblivious:
- My mother was oblivious to the cat’s presence in the kitchen.
- Since the parent was oblivious, the baby girl burnt her finger.
- Rose was strolling in the garden, seemingly oblivious to the situation that had happened in his neighborhood.
- When his wrist started bleeding, he was oblivious to his pain, as his body was numb.
- Oblivious of everything going on around him, he ate his food.
2. Adverb Examples – Obliviously:
- She was watching television obliviously.
- She seems to be trapped obliviously in self-parody
- On my way back home, I saw some monkeys obliviously eating bananas.
- While walking ahead, he obliviously moved forward towards the cliff.
- Seema had obliviously cut her finger while cutting the lady’s finger.
3. Noun Examples – Obliviousness:
- They had thrust her out into the obliviousness of the night.
- Rose’s obliviousness led to robbery at her house.
- The shuttle moves around the globe to the obliviousness of the vast majority of the world’s population.
- Egypt is the land of obliviousness and doteth.
- She faced extensive bullying for her obliviousness to the American culture.