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  • "Ignorant" is always a negatively-connotated word, but of course, all it means is that nobody's ever told them, so let me shed some light.

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  • Ignorant is one thing, just plain stupid is another

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  • The word Ignorant is an adjective describing a person in that state.

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  • Knowing the mind-numbing vacuous value of television reality shows and the metastasized sequels, perhaps Mr. Stossel could reprise his starring role in a reality series titled "Ignorant in America."

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  • 'Ignorant, that is, of her father's treasonable machinations; but aware, clearly, that they were English refugees with a past to hide.'

    The Riddle of the Sands

  • As a whole, Ignore the Ignorant is a well-judged, fairly varied and yet consistent rock record, which almost approaches the upper echelons of its sort this year.

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  • Ignore the Ignorant is a far from an ambitious record, but it makes for a very satisfying listen.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • P. S: Some guys are just so "Ignorant" bout their status ...

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  • "Ignorant" is a common or garden word, transformed to eloquence in Arnold's "Where ignorant armies clash by night."

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  • Gentility is being made to share its glory with education, 'Ignorant' is becoming a worse insult than 'no class.'

    A Poor Man's House

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