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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuninformedun‧in‧formed /ˌʌnɪnˈfɔːmd◂ $ -ɔːr-/ adjective  NOT KNOWnot having enough knowledge or information Parents were left anxious, uninformed, and isolated. uninformed criticism from uninformed journalistsuninformed about Many immigrants are uninformed about US tax laws.
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uninformedFirst, why are markets so short-sighted and uninformed?The Vice-President gave the impression of being remarkably uninformed about South American affairs.Many immigrants are uninformed about U.S. tax laws.It not only is found among the uninformed but, unfortunately, also has lingered within the medical profession.Careless or uninformed decisions during these huge storms can lead to loss of life and property.There are commercial pressures, the changing face of the sport itself, its vulnerability to uninformed judgement from without.Inaccurate information from an uninformed physician can cause untold damage to the best educational program.But then the settlers - settlers in all countries, as it happens - were particularly receptive to uninformed rumour.It would neither be the subject of uninformed scandal, nor slated to become a national historic landmark in our city.Such uninformed views do the industry a disservice.The weights are marked in braille with irregular bumps that to the uninformed would appear to be defects.
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