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ignorant (obs. or peculiar uses are)
1. uninformed, unskilled “in” Wint. II. iii. 69, Cym. III. ii. 23 “I am ignorant in what I am commanded.”
2. unconscious “of” Meas. II. ii. 119 “Most of what he's most assur'”
3. resulting from ignorance Oth. IV. ii. 69* “ sin.”
4. that keeps one in ignorance Tp. V. i. 67* “ fumes,” Wint. I. ii. 397* “ignorant concealment.”
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