- • formal Lacking knowledge or awareness: before my arrest, I was incognizant of the prison-industrial complexMore example sentences
- Before my arrest, I was incognizant of the legal vampires and the prison-industrial complex: that is a poor mental condition to be in.
- Another depiction is that of the young Aje who is misunderstood by a mother who denies or is incognizant of her daughter's force.
- Ocean air has the ability to stir thoughts and emotions that you were incognizant of before.
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- There is beauty in incognisance. The bliss of being in the unawareness; the moment of purely unknowing, laced with idyllic presuppositions.
- I would stress that these precautions are more often than not merely paranoia in the extreme with in-house barrack room lawyers presuming far more than their incognisance qualifies them to assert.
- Our limited knowledge of the facts, of hidden chain of circumstances, and other incognizance keep us from being infallible judges.
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