Usage examples for ignorance

  1. Not one of them thought she had " done" a subject because we had thus talked about it,- we all learnt to feel our own ignorance and at the same time, how much there was in the world to learn. – Stray Thoughts for Girls by Lucy H. M. Soulsby
  2. Certainly He does not exist in our ignorance and evil. – An Interpretation of Friends Worship by N. Jean Toomer
  3. It's my fault- my ignorance me that's to blame! – A Bride from the Bush by E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung
  4. I am in a terrible ignorance about everything.... – Saint Augustin by Louis Bertrand
  5. They would be kept in ignorance as she herself was kept, till the time came that they must know. – The Testing of Diana Mallory by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  6. It must have been written in complete ignorance – In the Wilderness by Robert Hichens
  7. The man stared in astonishment at the stranger's ignorance – The Green Flag by Arthur Conan Doyle
  8. The man shook his head in ignorance – Fantômas by Pierre Souvestre Marcel Allain
  9. The world was black with his ignorance – The Dwelling Place of Light, Complete by Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009
  10. Your ignorance is most extraordinary! – Washington Square by Henry James
  11. Several reasons were given, such as politics, ignorance of the German language, and even care for their own safety. – A Stake in the Land by Peter Alexander Speek
  12. You must excuse my ignorance – The Crack of Doom by Robert Cromie
  13. That poor girl must not marry in ignorance of this. – Put Yourself in His Place by Charles Reade
  14. Among the orders I received were often many which could only have been the result of the profoundest ignorance – Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, v10 by Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne
  15. Nothing is done in ignorance – My Daily Meditation for the Circling Year by John Henry Jowett
  16. God- forgive me- for my ignorance and sin. – May Brooke by Anna H. Dorsey
  17. He never had sided with the former crew; and the revolutionists, with their ignorance of the ice, were less to be feared. – The Ice Pilot by Henry Leverage
  18. This is probably done from an ignorance of the real nominative to the verb. – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  19. I might, from very ignorance judge that wrong which is really right, or that right which is really wrong. – Thomas Wingfold, Curate by George MacDonald
  20. Perhaps when we hear what he says we shall be glad we kept him in ignorance of you. – Cupid's Middleman by Edward B. Lent