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Definition of "irreflective" [ir•re•flect•ive]

  • Without mental reflection. (adjective)

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Use "irreflective" in a sentence
  • "Later, when the journeys to Europe ceased, he still had shown his children all sorts of indulgence, and if he had been troubled about money-matters nothing ever disturbed their irreflective consciousness of many possessions."
  • "To the vapid and irreflective observer he was not much to look at in the early stages of his career, having a dough-like face almost entirely devoid of nose, a lack-lustre eye, and the general appearance of a poached egg."
  • "The vapid and irreflective reader may jump to the conclusion that"