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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

ig•no•rant*ˈɪg nər ənt(adj.)

  1. lacking in knowledge or training; unlearned.

  2. lacking special knowledge or information.

  3. uninformed; unaware.

  4. showing lack of knowledge or training.

* Syn: ignorant , illiterate mean lacking in knowledge or training. ignorant may mean knowing little or nothing, or it may mean uninformed about a particular subject: An ignorant person can be dangerous. I confess I'm ignorant of higher mathematics. illiterate most often means unable to read or write; however, it sometimes means not well-read or not well versed in literature: classes for illiterate soldiers; an illiterate mathematician.

Origin of ignorant:

1325–75; ME < L ignōrant-, s. of ignōrāns, prp. of ignōrāre to ignore

ig′no•rant•ly(adv.)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. ignorantly(adverb)

    in ignorance; in an ignorant manner

    "they lived ignorantly in their own small world"

Wiktionary

  1. ignorantly(Adverb)

    In an ignorant manner.

  2. ignorantly(Adverb)

    Accidentally.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Ignorantly(adverb)

    in a ignorant manner; without knowledge; inadvertently


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