Mindless vs Disregardful - What's the difference?

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Mindless is a synonym of disregardful.


As adjectives the difference between mindless and disregardful

is that mindless is showing a lack of forethought or sense while disregardful is inconsiderate, thoughtless, heedless, regardless.

mindless

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Showing a lack of forethought or sense.
  • Having no sensible meaning or purpose.
  • An act of mindless violence.
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  • Heedless.
  • (of a thing done) Overly repetitive and unchallenging.
  • Lacking a mind.
  • Atheism alleges that mindless scientific forces control the universe.

    Antonyms

    * mindful

    Anagrams

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    disregardful

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • inconsiderate, thoughtless, heedless, regardless
  • Derived terms

    * disregardfully * disregardfulness