Synonyms & Antonyms : Oblivious


( Adjective )

The students were oblivious of what were taking place around them



Absent – minded


Contextual Examples:

Suresh is of forgetful type. One cannot entrust him serious assignments.

Our professor of Philosophy is so absent – minded that he entered his neighbor’s houses instead of his own yesterday.

John is inattentive in his class. That is why he is so poor in studies.





Contextual Examples:

My son is very attentive in his lessons. No wonder he is always near the top in his class.

The people are gradually becoming aware of their rights and responsibilities as citizens. Thanks to the ever spreading T.V. media.

Our M.D. is quite observant of the activities of his rival businessmen.

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