inattentively : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an absentminded or preoccupied manner
- At first the wives prove faithful, but the fishermen soon make cuckolds of each other, and inattentively lose their boat and all but their lives in a storm.
- By that reasoning I should tell my son not to drive inattentively.
- When instructors left the room, or dawdled inattentively to give iniquity free rein, the cheaters seized their chance, passed notes, made signs, craned necks, copied from grubby .