In*cog"i*tant (?), a. [L. incogitans; pref. in- not + cogitans, p. pr. of cogitare to think. See Cogitate.]

Toughtless; inconsiderate.

[R.]

Milton.

Men are careless and incogitant. J. Goodman.

 

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