Did you perhaps mean incomprehension?
- n. Alternative form of incomprehension.
“Her look was one of total uncomprehension, but he spoke for his own benefit as much as hers.”
“Beat him with it," he said, and laughed at her look of complete uncomprehension.”
“The reaction of startled uncomprehension among the British public and press to recent events in the north must suggest to perceptive young Unionist men and women that partition has created a political twilight zone.”
“Hornblower stood sword in hand, staring at him in momentary uncomprehension.”
“His kisses altered, but still she bore them, dimly aware of portent in them, but trying, with a woman's guile, to laugh them off by seeming to keep a child's uncomprehension of what they meant.”
“Music never stirred her, and she regarded the society of the country neighbourhood where she lived with a sense of uncomprehension which she sometimes found difficult to conceal.”
“Then, at the evident uncomprehension in Arkwright's face, she added: "Has it been going on like this -- very long?”
“His hatred for the interloper was as nothing now to his rage against Valentina, a rage that had its birth in a wondering uncomprehension of how she should prefer that coarse, swashbuckling bully to himself, the peerless Gonzaga.”
“He spoke with such a settled seriousness that it was difficult to be sure whether he understood the jest and played up to it in that spirit of make-believe which had drawn down the King's anger or answered out of a dull uncomprehension.”
“If you walked into a party and said “I self-published my book,” then the room would first go silent, a hundred eyes would stare at you with a mixture of uncomprehension and pity — and then you’d be politely or impolitely ignored for the remainder of the evening.”
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