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- adj. Not enlightened; ignorant in general or of some particular fact.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not enlightened; not mentally or morally illuminated; also, not proceeding from or marked by mental or moral enlightenment: as, unenlightened zeal.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not enlightened; ignorant
- adj. lacking information or instruction
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It's too bad we remain unenlightened by those who know the work of Eugene Ehrlich.
She was brainwashed to believe she was "unenlightened" and an "unsaved fool" in the Catholic faith.
Is it a case of political pandering that conveys the "semblance of piety" or a "sentimental nod" to the "unenlightened"?
Tyler -- right; Rick Steeves -- always pizzing & moaning about "unenlightened" America -- the same country that let him freely do business travel & make millions.
Initially the Indians were greatly attracted to the mission, but ample food and protection from enemies had to be measured against fatal epidemics of measles, the worldly attractions of the pueblo, and the free life of "unenlightened" brothers across the bay.
For the 'unenlightened' seven points is equivalent to a third of a day's calories for someone in weight-loss mode, about a quarter for someone in weight-stable mode.
For those of us 'unenlightened' hicks well, being called "antiSemitic" or an "antiSemite" can be confusing.
Speaking of ignorant: how intelligent is it to paint all Daily readers with the broad brush of being "unenlightened"?
Very different from the country schools of the "unenlightened" past
It's still happening * right now*, not in some murky "unenlightened" past where children's heads were used to mop up urine and feces.
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