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  • noun Plural form of illiterate.

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Examples

  • Leading researchers such as Usha Goswami in The Psychologist, September 2003,. are now recognising that the main problem for our dyslexics and illiterates is their trouble with the spelling task.

    Web Translations » Blog Archive » Are Chinese people forgetting how to write?

  • Leading researchers such as Usha Goswami in The Psychologist, September 2003,. are now recognising that the main problem for our dyslexics and illiterates is their trouble with the spelling task.

    Web Translations » Blog Archive » Are Chinese people forgetting how to write?

  • Photocopies and photographs aren't the best means of seeing the delicate feathering of brushes, or the beautiful purple, blue, red, burgundy, orange, sienna, and sepia colors used to write words and make splashes and strokes on these letters from so-called illiterates and lunatics.

    Portrait of a Killer

  • And, yes, of course, there is a political benefit to developing over 30 million illiterates, which is what the public schools do.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • And, yes, of course, there is a political benefit to developing over 30 million illiterates, which is what the public schools do.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • And, yes, of course, there is a political benefit to developing over 30 million illiterates, which is what the public schools do.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • And, yes, of course, there is a political benefit to developing over 30 million illiterates, which is what the public schools do.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • * placing so-called illiterates, paupers, unemployables, criminals, prostitutes, and dope-fiends on farms and open spaces as long as necessary for the strengthening and development of moral conduct

    “The true legacy of Margaret Sanger”-Ms.

  • The late Albert Shanker, the legendary president of the American Federation of Teachers, once said that most of the state tests are so easy to pass that they keep only "illiterates" out of teaching.

    A New Deal For Teachers

  • The late Albert Shanker, the legendary president of the American Federation of Teachers, once said that most of the state tests are so easy to pass that they keep only "illiterates" out of teaching.

    A New Deal For Teachers

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