unknowledgeable


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unknowledgeable

(ʌnˈnɒlɪdʒəbəl)
adj
not knowledgeable
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Adj.1.unknowledgeable - unaware because of a lack of relevant information or knowledge; "he was completely ignorant of the circumstances"; "an unknowledgeable assistant"; "his rudeness was unwitting"
uninformed - not informed; lacking in knowledge or information; "the uninformed public"
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Marcos, who is part of a political dynasty in the Ilocos Norte region, said having term limits gives families an option to pass on their posts from father to"unknowledgeable wives" and "stubborn" children.
In February 2016, when the coalition started our work at the state capitol, we were inexperienced and unknowledgeable about the fine details of the legislative process, which includes many hurdles between writing a bill and seeing it passed.
* The audit plan before the audit is explained, frequently to uninterested or unknowledgeable ears.
An item discrimination index of 0.2 or higher is considered acceptable and indicative that the item can distinguish between the unknowledgeable and the knowledgeable.
Now, I strongly dislike fuel economy discussions with the unknowledgeable: people who do not properly understand how automotive engineering works - and trying to explain it is what the Swahili refer to as "serenading a goat by guitar".To make matters worse, the variables involved in influencing the overall outcome are just too many, which sometimes tends to overwhelm even the lightly informed.
The couple allegedly amassed some P900 million from unsuspecting and most probably unknowledgeable investors by promising them a 30-percent return on investment with payouts every 15 days.
In addition, Minister Ralotsia said he was not aware that crop failure during the 2016/2017 cropping season was due to unserviceable planters and unknowledgeable operators.
Not only is this offensive to the customer, but it puts you at a disadvantage because it makes you look unknowledgeable.
"He's demonstrated himself to be unfit, unknowledgeable about the history of this country and the history of contributions that immigrants, particularly Haitian immigrants, have made to this country."
"We were so unknowledgeable. We had to tell the staff to walk us through everything," Kerr said.
Imran Zafar, a Faiz scholar and Safia Kausar, who was clearly uncomfortable and unknowledgeable about most of the aspects of Faiz discussed in that session.
Unfortunately, the precipitate surrender of the French Army in World War II is taken by the unknowledgeable as proof of a lack of mettle.