[ UK /ˌʌnɪnfˈɔːmd/ ]
[ US /ˌənɪnˈfɔɹmd/ ]
  1. not informed; lacking in knowledge or information
    the uninformed public
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How To Use uninformed In A Sentence

  • Both groups are forced to suffer the prejudices that have been fuelled by the tabloids and absorbed by an uninformed public.
  • According to the pamphlet issued to midwives, fathers often feel like 'the invisible parent ... uninformed and unwelcomed'. Times, Sunday Times
  • His domestic policy is unjust, inhumane, fiscally irresponsible, and amazingly uninformed.
  • Obviously, then, the average romance reader is not the undereducated, uninformed, subnormal, frustrated housewife of recent mythology.
  • Bert and Duncan were as uninformed as I regarding the forthcoming events of the programme.
  • It is uninventive, unresponsive, unintelligent, uninformed, and unmotivated to succeed.
  • Since many drivers and stablemen were uninformed, and even human labourers were overworked and dismissed once they were ‘worn out’, it is not surprising that maltreatment of horses was common.
  • Too often, uninformed adults discount and dismiss all the crucial steps children take en route to becoming independent readers.
  • I was learning that sometimes it was easier to keep Chade uninformed than to give him bits of information he could not con. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • The reality is that some will eagerly solicit the uninformed to support their agenda via the one-note, often sensationalized message of the media.
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