pig-ignorant


Related to pig-ignorant: pigheaded

pig-ignorant

adj
extremely ignorant or unknowledgeable
Translations

pig-ignorant

[ˌpɪgˈɪgnərənt] ADJbruto
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Real, experienced cyclists obeying the law stick to the roads and all praise and good luck to them, but many cycling round the Precinct seem to be just pig-ignorant, discourteous and sometimes downright abusive.
The story to this Sweaty Book has obviously been written by a pig-faced, pig-ignorant prat, obviously used to people kowtowing to him and who needs to be put in his place.
Next came Nigel Farage, that cheeky, beery chappie who, notwithstanding his latest pig-ignorant gaffe of blaming M4 trafficjams on immigrants, remains so high-profile as to cause Cameron and Miliband nightmares.
He is frittering away any last vestiges of dignity his career had with these sort of pig-ignorant comments.
And where better than Beirut to send a pair so pig-ignorant they probably think the Gaza Strip is another name for Paul Gascoigne's football kit.
But even if they decided the licence fee raised in Scotland should be given back to Scotland, it still wouldn't solve the essential problem, which is that England remains pig-ignorant about us.
Well, it's partly because of the kind of inconsiderate, selfish and pig-ignorant behaviour of people like the driver who parked his car in the spot reserved for motorcycles.
It used to be that pig-ignorant shop assistants would make sure they had a mate to talk to so that they could ignore you.
This is largely due to the arts bent of most managers and pig-ignorant US management consultancies air-brushing great Britons out of existence.
EVEN the most blind, pig-ignorant, soccer-hating Yank would have to admit that this World Cup has lived up to its billing as the greatest single sporting event on earth.
He was the most pig-ignorant man I have ever met in my life.
Reynolds' swine-rearing technique might seem a little odd to the pig-ignorant, but to the judges at the Valley Fair it is proven to work.