Even smart people are sometimes absent-minded.
And then, one evening, he meets a friend he has been very fond of, who speaks to him absent-mindedly.
The absent-minded student consents to the sentence in the presence of me.
He always appeared in the TV series as an absent-minded person.
For the record, Kel had to remind this absent-minded journalist to eat lunch.
She starts to eat, in an absent-minded way, and continues with her tale.
The general point here is that people are much more absent-minded than they think.
Pitcher seized a moment to remark to the bookkeeper that the “old man” seemed to get more absent-minded and forgetful every day of the world.
The professor, absent-minded as ever, replied, "Well, I'll come back tomorrow ."