Kind and Thoughtless
Opposite meaning words
Kind adjective - Given to or made with heedful anticipation of the needs and happiness of others.
Usage example: providing the grieving widow with a homemade meal was a kind deed
Thoughtless adjective - Showing a lack of manners or consideration for others.
Both words in one sentence
- Roadside Picnic: The title is a reference to exactly this kind of thoughtless evil.
Source: Humans Are Insects
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Thor is temperamental, thoughtless, insensitive and with a big selfish streak, but he's also genuinely kind and honorable.
Source: Comic Book / Valhalla
- Is Roy Neary of Close Encounters of the Third Kind a lovable everyman on an amazing, quasi-spiritual quest or just a thoughtless absentee father?
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