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incognizant

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adjective in·cog·ni·zant \(ˌ)in-ˈkäg-nə-zənt\

Definition of incognizant

  1. :  lacking awareness or consciousness <incognizant of the danger>

incognizance

play \-zən(t)s\ noun


Examples of incognizant in a sentence

  1. <a bunch of loud partygoers who seemed utterly incognizant of the disturbance they were creating>



1837

First Known Use of incognizant

1837


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