Synonyms for Unthinking:


blind (adjective)
careless (adjective)
inconsiderate, unheeding, foolish, impulsive, vacant, rash, rude, heedless, uncaring, thoughtless, unmindful, feckless, unwise.
foolish (adjective)
rash, impulsive, unwise.
inattentive (adjective)
shallow (adjective)
thoughtless (adjective)
inane, empty-headed, fatuous, vacant, heedless, unreasonable, brainless, thoughtless, unoccupied, unthoughtful, rude, vacuous, mindless, blank, illogical, careless.
uncritical (adjective)


ill-considered, foolish, hasty, impetuous, undiscriminating, shallow. heedless, irresponsible, careless, reckless, unmindful, careful, feckless, unconcerned, inattentive. unheeding, forgetful, unobservant. courtesy, Disregardful. unthinking (noun)
thoughtless, uncaring, lumpen, unreflective, unthoughtful, inconsiderate, lumpish, unthinkingly, thoughtlessly.

Other synonyms:

Disregardful, undiscriminating, unobservant, feckless, ill-considered, shallow, unheeding. unmindful, impulsive, reckless, foolish, heedless, impetuous, irresponsible. inattentive. forgetful, unconcerned. precipitate
Other relevant words:
hasty, rude, thoughtlessly, ill-considered, rash, undiscriminating, unwise, unconcerned, lumpen, heedless, feckless, shallow, uncaring, reckless, unobservant, irresponsible, unthinkingly, unmindful, impulsive, unheeding, forgetful, inconsiderate, unreflective, inattentive, careless, foolish, impetuous, Disregardful, lumpish.

Usage examples for unthinking

  1. There are no classes such as you have in mind in the Church, even though a few unthinking members seem to imply it by their actions; but there is no real class distinction in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints, only such that are based on the doing of the right and the wrong. – Dorian by Nephi Anderson
  2. But still, there's a gulf between extreme probability and absolute certainty that's a bit wider than the unthinking reckon for. – Ravensdene Court by J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher
  3. Nominally, that is to say in the eyes of unthinking men, the North will conquer the South; but your existing armies will not do it. – Who Goes There? by Blackwood Ketcham Benson