One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Not know at all.‘she had no idea where she was going’
have no idea, not have any idea, be ignorant, not have an inklingView synonyms
- ‘I LOVE having no idea what time it is, all the livelong day.’
- ‘The way the story is told by people who analyse Westminster for us, a landslide victory was in fact a cunning ruse culminating in millions of people all turning up at polling stations on the same day, and having no idea why they were there.’
- ‘Where that idea came from she had no idea but then, she always was a bit of a dreamer.’
- ‘I can certainly remember having no idea what we were preparing for.’
- ‘I went into the conference having no idea what the response would be; this was, after all, the only conference I had ever been to where there was a prayer to open the banquet.’
- ‘All this time, Marlow was becoming fascinated with the idea of Kurtz - having no idea what to expect, he still felt a certain loyalty to the man.’
- ‘In addition to having no idea what it's like to live without health coverage, I guess these folks haven't heard of public health either.’
- ‘Perhaps one of the most notable changes was this, my foray into the blogosphere, something I began in the belief that I likely wouldn't continue for long and having no idea of the friends I would make all over the world.’
- ‘Wanting to impress someone, but having no idea who my boss is, I headed to Ted Turner's office, who may or may not own my company.’
- ‘But there we were - passionate, engaged, and having a great time with the journey, having no idea what the destination looks like.’
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