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unwisdom

noun un·wis·dom \ˌən-ˈwiz-dəm\

Definition of UNWISDOM

:  lack of wisdom :  foolishness, folly

Examples of UNWISDOM

  1. <you find both wisdom and unwisdom in his writings, and it's your job to discover which is which>

First Known Use of UNWISDOM

before 12th century

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