Definition of ill-informed in English:

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ill-informed

Pronunciation: /ˌɪlɪnˈfɔːmd/

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adjective

Having or showing an inadequate awareness of the facts: ill-informed opinions
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  • I have no problem with you expressing your opinions, but that doesn't mean that your opinions cannot be stupid, or ill-informed, or ignorant.
  • But he knew that Johnson would consider such fiction ‘a vulgar pandering to an ill-informed public’.
  • If you believe that then, I am afraid, you have fallen hook line and sinker for the ill-informed and ignorant bile peddled by some of the media and extremists.

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