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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuncomprehendingun‧com‧pre‧hend‧ing /ˌʌnkɒmprɪˈhendɪŋ $ -kɑːm-/ adjective  UNDERSTAND#not understanding what is happeninguncomprehendingly adverb
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uncomprehendingEmmie looked at her, uncomprehending.At all times he was uncomprehending and desperate for advice.There were no cultural bureaucrats in State-subsidised theatres imposing the Brechtian avant-garde on uncomprehending audiences.The result is that, when relationships break down, women's disappointment is often accompanied by extraordinary, uncomprehending bitterness.Miss Harker stared at them uncomprehending for a second.It stung, that eruption of uncomprehending idiocy.She gave me a helpless uncomprehending look.But now, uncomprehending, she laughed and ran up the wide stairs.Artists who worked in advanced manners continued a tradition which the uncomprehending, wider, public would have called vanguard.
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