incognizance


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Related to incognizance: cognisance, disjuncture, insofar, revamping
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Antonyms for incognizance

a lack of knowledge or recognition

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Of the many problems with the XO laptop, some are mistakes that were a result of inadequate testing and rushing a product to market, some were the result of incognizance about laptop use in a classroom or home compared to use in a laboratory, and some are intentional design decisions.
b) Advertising of information: incognizance / poor knowledge of the types of information that can offered, the local council results
Bootleggers paid $50 to $500 for agents' incognizance or information; the bureau learned to turn off its outgoing telephone service on raid nights to stop agents from tipping off the targets.
It demonstrates an incognizance of the dangers such actions represents to our democratic culture and international reputation as a nation of people concerned about human rights.