ignorantly ignorantly


  • (adv) in ignorance; in an ignorant manner


  1. There are people who ignorantly suppose that the Senate is composed of sedentary gasbags who would prove to be lame ducks in other spheres of rough and tumble.
  2. One day, a Thunderbird may willingly or ignorantly contravene the oath and let us down.
  3. Toward the end of the story, I blithely and ignorantly dismissed porn of the past 20 years.


  • Obama Care A Union Nightmare

    Remember when sane people told Sen. Harry Reid and Rep. Nancy Pelosi that the health care scheme called ObamaCare needed more thought, better vetting and bipartisan support? Reid and Pelosi had none of it. They ignorantly pressed ahead on a partisan basis
    on July 21, 2013     Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal


  1. At the conference before meeting the Pope, Khatami said no one could use God's name to "instigate war or hate or speak ignorantly of crusades."
    on May 4, 2007 By: Mohammad Khatami Source: Washington Post

  2. "Barack Obama ignorantly believes that legally-armed Americans are as reckless and irresponsible as the criminals with whom his political sympathies evidently lay," Gottlieb said.
    on Apr 2, 2008 By: Alan Gottlieb Source: SunHerald.com

  3. Bush told the audience Monday that when she first met Ana, "I ignorantly thought that she would be sad or scared."
    on Nov 5, 2007 By: Jenna Bush Source: Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

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