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oblivious
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

5 uses
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Definition
unaware of
  • He was about fourteen, sitting in the porch swing, bent over his guitar, playing intently, oblivious to everything around him, caught up in the music.
    p. 380.2
  • Quickly, oblivious to the ice, a stilled stream down the middle of the steps, Leo ran up to her, legs pumping, fueled by some ancient adrenaline and need.
    p. 101.0
  • She'd felt those things, oblivious unconcerned, even—about what David had been feeling.
    p. 248.5
  • Instead she walked quickly, block after block, oblivious to the traffic or the people passing or even the slight danger involved in being out by herself at this hour.
    p. 251.6
  • And now she slept, oblivious, and within her the baby grew in its dark sea.
    p. 280.9

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