incognisant


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incognisant

(ɪnˈkɒɡnɪzənt)
adj
a variant spelling of incognizant
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He also claimed to be incognisant of anything pertaining to the Panama Papers.
Among those who are incognisant of the event, the physical existence of the Tomb of Martyrs has the potential to spark off interest to search for information about the demonstration while also lending weight to perceptions about the plausibility of the stories that they will encounter.
Like Sartre, who is aware of his status as "thing", Honor being able to "think" subverts her status as an incognisant object.