from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not having, showing, or making use of information; not informed: uninformed voters; an uninformed decision.
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- adj. not informed; ignorant
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not informed; not instructed; untaught.
- Not animated; not informed with mind or intelligence; not enlivened.
- Not imbued: as, a picture uninformed with imagination.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not informed; lacking in knowledge or information
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The cable says that rumors of splits at the top of the military government come from what it calls uninformed analysis and wishful thinking by Burmese exiles and outside observers.
KING: The Thompson campaign promises the former senator will be more active very soon, but, Wolf, it's interesting increasingly, even top Thompson advisers are voicing their frustrations, not just with what they call the uninformed chattering class, but even with their own candidate.
He also expressed disappointment at what he described as uninformed criticism of the justice system by members of the community and the media.
But I find that it is often talked about in uninformed and unimaginative wayspeople repeat the same things they have heard and often dont know the full story.
Imagine a Washington in turmoil, uninformed out of a freeway fights which pitted suburb opposite executive city, a feds opposite a locals, neighbors opposite neighbors, uninformed from a smoke as well as rubble left after a 1968 riots.
Therefore, voters find it entirely rational to remain uninformed on the issues.
Following von Hildebrand's tribute are contemprary newspaper accounts that establish how the Church, under Pius XII, did indeed "speak out" against anti-Semitism and Hitler's policies -- and how this fact was clearly understood at the time, even if it is denied by certain uninformed critics today.
The absence of WMA in any form to tempt uninformed is certainly an improvement.
Stupid, brainwashed and uninformed is no way for you to go through life.
Keeping people uninformed is not and never has been effective in accomplishing anything, yet the republicans continue to bow to their religious – self-righteous – campaign donors and like-minded, pandering ignoramuses.
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