what is difference between forgetful and mindless
- forgetfull (archaic)
From Middle English *forgetful, *forȝetful (suggested by derivative forgetfulnesse, forȝetfulnesse (“forgetfulness”)), equivalent to forget + -ful.
forgetful (comparative more forgetful, superlative most forgetful)
- Unable to remember things well; liable to forget.
- (mathematics) Dropping some of the input’s structure or properties before producing an output.
- a forgetful mapping; a forgetful functor
From Middle English myndles, myndelees, myndeles, mendlees, from Old English myndlēas, ġemyndlēas (“foolish, senseless”), equivalent to mind + -less.
mindless (comparative more mindless, superlative most mindless)
- Showing a lack of forethought or sense.
- Having no sensible meaning or purpose.
- An act of mindless violence.
- (of a thing done) Overly repetitive and unchallenging.
- Lacking a mind.
- Atheism alleges that mindless scientific forces control the universe.