unrecognizing


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unrecognizing

(ʌnˈrɛkəɡˌnaɪzɪŋ) or

unrecognising

adj
not recognizing; unaware; unknowing
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To compound his sense of awkwardness, as Sherston later admires the coolness of a fellow youngster, Denis Milden--his "air of self-possessed efficiency," his "movements" "controlled and modest" but with "a suggestion of arrogance" in his "steady, unrecognizing stare" (25)--inevitably, Sherston shifts "uneasily in [his] saddle" and drops his "clumsy unpresentable old hunting-crop" (26).
Wakefield's disconcerting public encounter with his unrecognizing wife forces upon him a stunning truth: he still has a wife, but she no longer has a husband.
Moreover different problems such as attitude of the society members, prejudice and unrecognizing which the working women encountered with regard to their status and role in the economic life adversely affected the utilization of their talent and working capabilities (Khalid, 1990).
The unrecognizing of unpaid work required for the process of reproduction and maintenance of human resources and the work done by women outside the house to help their husbands, especially in the agricultural sector.