know nothing


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Noun1.know nothing - an ignorant personknow nothing - an ignorant person      
unskilled person - a person who lacks technical training
aliterate, aliterate person - a person who can read but is disinclined to derive information from literary sources
illiterate, illiterate person, nonreader - a person unable to read
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All that, monsieur, passed more rapidly than I can tell it, and I know nothing more.
We know nothing at all of Chaucer as a boy, nothing of where he went to school, nor do we know if he ever went to college.
She knew it was useless to ask Madame Ratignolle, who was on the most distant terms with the musician, and preferred to know nothing concerning her.
As to what restraint the apprehensions of disgrace in the corps might throw on a dishonourable elopement with her, I am not able to judge; for I know nothing of the effects that such a step might produce.
I know nothing of your circumstances that way, sir,' said I; 'but it cannot be innocent to wish your wife dead.
You know nothing, then, of the object of his present visit to England?
I know scarcely anything, and Aglaya Ivanovna is aware that I know nothing.
However, I know nothing at all about my disease, and do not know for certain what ails me.
No," returned Elinor, cautious of giving her real opinion of Edward's mother, and not very desirous of satisfying what seemed impertinent curiosity-- "I know nothing of her.
For some time Silas was mute with astonishment: then he said, "God will clear me: I know nothing about the knife being there, or the money being gone.
I know nothing surely, monsieur, but I suspect someone.
We know nothing as yet of the conspiracy, monsieur; all the papers found have been sealed up and placed on your desk.