inscient

Related to inscient: incense, incessant

inscient

(ɪnˈʃɪənt)
adj
ignorant
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"e puppet theatre was recognised by Actors Equity as the 'spearhead puppet theatre company' in the UK, with an international reputation." " John eventually moved to Glasgow after leaving Birmingham following a dispute with the city council over what he considered was inscient grant-aiding for Cannon Hill.
If, for the lovers, likeness generates knowledge, then ignorance must result from otherness, and it is to this very inscient otherness that Thomas appeals in order to assure the dynamism required to animate his poem.