- adj. Not instructive.
- adj. failing to instruct
- un- + instructive (Wiktionary)
“The fault of the method is, that they do not instruct; so the breath is out of them before they are put aside; for the uninstructive are the humanly deficient: they remain with us like the tolerated old aristocracy, which may not govern, and is but socially seductive.”
“I think it is very instructive how many critical and uninstructive comments have been posted.”
“And - could someone tell Piotr Stanczak that "Fitna" is somehow irrelevant or uninstructive.”
“But to readers of any age, his sedulously uninstructive ironies and pointedly unpunished cruelties offered only this comfort: that someone else could know the scary and the strange, and make it, literally, funny as hell.”
“Yet as I've noted here, such differences in ballot totals in the primary have proven uninstructive for the general election.”
“I might perhaps have instanced in other modes of pleasure and pain, more simple than these; as the pain of hunger and thirst, and the pleasure of eating and drinking to remove them: the pain of teeth set on edge; the pleasure of music; pain from captious uninstructive wrangling, and the pleasure of rational conversation with a friend, or of well-directed study in the search and discovery of truth.”
“ALLEN: And the problem is that violence is terribly uninstructive in America.”
“As usual, the public is ill served by the well funded but uninstructive rhetoric around a ballot proposition.”
“Nevertheless, Taruskin's terse formula — "'high art' ... produced by and for political and social elites" — while obviously true, is uninstructive and unedifying.”
“These statistics, however accidental and therefore uninstructive they may appear, as they have a certain completeness, have a certain value also.”
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