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Use "oblivious" in a sentence
"We believe he, either, is turning his Nelson's eye to the scientific reports, or, is plain oblivious of Peter Bergen's cogent and coherent articulation of the demerits of EITs as image destroyers for the US."
"Still, many of us remain oblivious to the calamity."
"When did Americans become so complacent that we remain oblivious to our severely limited number of lifeboats?"