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Lacking knowledge or awareness.‘the government appears incognizant of the growing threat to our agricultural industry’
ignorant, unknowing, unconscious, heedless, unmindful, oblivious, unsuspecting, uninformed, unenlightened, unwitting, innocent, inattentive, unobservant, unperceptive, unresponsive, blind, deaf, insensible, insensitiveView synonyms
- ‘Before my arrest, I was incognizant of the legal vampires and the prison-industrial complex: that is a poor mental condition to be in.’
- ‘Ocean air has the ability to stir thoughts and emotions that you were incognizant of before.’
- ‘Another depiction is that of the young Aje who is misunderstood by a mother who denies or is incognizant of her daughter's force.’
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