incognisance


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incognisance

(ɪnˈkɒɡnɪzəns)
n
a variant spelling of incognizance
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Given Mr Trump steadfastly refuses to read one-page memos, let alone weighty tomes, it is not unreasonable to assume his incognisance of the landmark policy statement.
A report by one of these stay-at-home investors, alerted me to the fact that despite the pervasive incognisance, market fundamentals remain market fundamentals.