ignorance

[ ig-ner-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF ignorance

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But the danger which arises from ignorance in the voter can not be denied.

Their ignorance, with the single exception of horse-flesh, is appalling.

We are not always marking time on the same spot of ignorance and helplessness.

He was captivated by her freshness and beauty, her demureness, her ignorance of all things vicious.

Renmark blushed at his own ignorance, but he was never reluctant to admit it.

I had never heard of such a person, and I blushed for my ignorance.

You can no more judge of a mind in ignorance than of a plant in darkness.

I must, after all, get my information from Nuflo, or rest in ignorance.

My ignorance that time was of the effect of eating snow on an empty stomach.

A philosophy that denies our knowledge of the Real and affirms our ignorance of the Apparent.

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