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In a statement, the Postal Service said it was “unaware of any significant delays or issues” in Butler County and was in touch with election officials.

Spokespeople for the organizations said they were unaware at the time of how officers could use it to shield their identities.

For those unaware, Instagram Stories are the short, disappearing videos or photos people send to their friends on Facebook’s photo-and-video sharing service.

From Fortune

Presumably, whoever is designing the algorithm is unaware of the racial consequence of this single-­minded focus on profitability.

He stated that GLAA incorrectly gave him a “0” rating on grounds that he had not returned the questionnaire and the LGBTQ group was unaware of his views on LGBTQ issues.

In America, however, there is a stubborn strain of vacuous unawareness that reflects no credit on American society.

Reagan harbored strong ideological convictions, but an astonishing unawareness of basic facts.

At school he heard the same incessant war-talk, and found the same fundamental unawareness of the meaning of the war.

Their very aloofness from the world—its unawareness of their story's existence made for the perfection of all they felt.

So that when Madame von Marwitz sought to quell him she found herself met with a gentle unawareness, even a gentle indifference.

But still more responsible for their unawareness was the educational system in which they were reared.

The rejuvenating effects of sleep are due to man's temporary unawareness of body and breathing.


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unawareness, such as: bewilderment, blindness, callowness, crudeness, darkness, and denseness.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.