Uncunning

Un`cun´ning


a.1.Ignorant.
I am young and uncunning, as thou wost [knowest].
- Chaucer.
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That Gloucester's 'deeds and workings' had in the end contradicted his ethical intent was to be seen as a result of his 'uncunning' and negligence, rather than as proof of treason.
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