know nothing

NOUN
  1. an ignorant person
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How To Use know nothing In A Sentence

  • For those who know nothing of the quick-step, the shake or the twist, there is a late night disco.
  • We know nothing of what will happen in future, but by the analogy of past experience. 
  • The neighbours in unofficial whispers talk about his activities but officially they know nothing.
  • To know everything is to know nothing
  • Concerning his background, I know nothing.
  • I know nothing about him except that he knocked about South Africa for a while.
  • We told you beforewe know nothing of your com rades. A CALL TO DARKNESS
  • Of Byron the passional man, we know nearly everything, while of Shakespeare's inwardness we know nothing. Pilgrim to Eros
  • These people know nothing about traveling through the Northland, and they badly mistreat Buck.
  • They," that is, both the makers and the idols, are witnesses against themselves, for the idols palpably see and know nothing (Ps 115: 4-8). that they may be ashamed -- the consequence deducible from the whole previous argument, not merely from the words immediately preceding, as in Isa 28: 13; 36: 12. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
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