ἀγνώμονες, without γνώμη, hence, inconsiderate; and so, unfeeling: Tr. 473 “φρονοῦσαν θνητὰ κοὐκ ἀγνώμονα”, i.e. not refusing to make allowance for human frailty. Xen. Mem. 2.8.5 “ἀγνώμονι κριτῇ περιτυχεῖν”, to fall in with a judge who makes no allowance. But “ἀγνώς” = "undiscerning," O. T. 677.
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