oblivious

unaware having no memory 
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oblivious

[Adjective] Unaware of.
Example: The toddler was completely oblivious to the dangers of traffic.
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Oblivious

Ob·liv'i·ous adjective [ Latin obliviosus : confer French oblivieux .] 1. Promoting oblivion; causing forgetfulness. 'The oblivious pool.' Milton. « She lay in deep, oblivious slumber.» Longfellow. 2. Evincing oblivion; forge...
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Oblivious

• (a.) Promoting oblivion; causing forgetfulness. • (a.) Evincing oblivion; forgetful.
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oblivious

oblivious 1. Lacking all memory; forgetful. 2. Lacking conscious awareness; unmindful. 3. Unaware of or paying no attention to someone or something. 4. Promoting oblivion; causing forgetfulness. 5. Evincing oblivion; forgetful.
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Oblivious

[U.S. game show] Oblivious was a hidden camera comedy game show based on a the British format by Mast Media of the same name. ==Gameplay== Host Burns would take a camera crew with him and ask unsuspecting people trivia questions, while playing some sort of role. The person being asked the questions didn`t know they were on TV until after Bu...
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Oblivious

[Aztec Camera song] `Oblivious` is the fourth single by Scottish new wave band Aztec Camera. It was released as the second single from their 1983 studio album High Land, Hard Rain. The song managed a moderate charting of #47 on the UK Singles Chart, but a re-release of the song later that same year proved even more successful, entering the ...
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Oblivious

Oblivious was a hidden camera comedy game show that aired on ITV from 14 July 2001 to 4 March 2003. It was presented by Davina McCall. ...
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oblivious

lacking conscious awareness of
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