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  • adj. In an uninformed way; ignorantly.


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uninformed +‎ -ly


  • That’s why prescriptivists don’t bother undertaking it — denouncing things uninformedly is way more fun! gacorley: Thanks for the suggestion; I have to admit I’m unfamiliar with that usage, although I could see it, and that certainly would make Brockenbrough’s definitions more sensical.

    Stanching staunch prescriptivism « Motivated Grammar

  • But it's easier, isn't it, to uninformedly swallow the false propaganda peddled by the special-interest gun industry-front NRA.


  • I am now asking him for further elucidation, simply because I am beginning to be tired of being uninformedly criticized for an allegedly erroneous transliteration of his name.

    Zhores, Not Jaures

  • They have instead listened uncritically and uninformedly to certain individuals in Britain’s security establishment who so lamentably fail to grasp the nature and extent of the jihad, as well as to manipulative Islamists who have played the authors (along with that security establishment) like fish on a line.

    Dangerous naivety


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