Definition of oblivion :
1. Official ignoring of offenses; amnesty, or general pardon; as, an act of oblivion.
2. The act of forgetting, or the state of being forgotten; cessation of remembrance; forgetfulness.
void, senior moment, escape, memory, forbearance, distant, indifference, being, acquittal, existence, slip through the net/cracks, in a world of your own, vacantly, mercy, carelessness, inattentive, nihility, nonexistence, absent, fullness, something goes in one ear and out the other, emptiness, absent-minded, forgetful, neglectful, obscurity, get/become lost (in something), nothing, pardon, amnesty, spaced out, abstracted, preoccupied, limbo, absolution, forgiveness, remembrance, nirvana, remission, block, in a dream, mental block
forgetfulness (part of speech: noun)
insensibility (part of speech: noun)
faintness, numbness, senselessness, callousness, insentience, unfeelingness, stupor, coma, anesthesia, obliviousness, unconsciousness, deadness, insensibility, aloofness, dullness, swoon, sopor, trance, narcosis, insensitivity
- If it is seen to work well, the phenomenon is hurriedly swept into oblivion, and its results attributed with feverish ingenuity to any cause but the true one. - "The Framework of Home Rule", Erskine Childers.
- His face had assumed a warm fixed flush, and he was absorbed in his game to the absolute oblivion of every other circumstance. - "First Person Paramount", Ambrose Pratt.
- Will it fade into twilight, without even an after- glow; will it pass altogether into the night of oblivion? - "Life of Charles Dickens", Frank Marzials.