uninformative


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Antonyms for uninformative

lacking information

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In addition to differentiating between informative and uninformative forecast errors, this partitioning scheme differentiates errors based on the nature of the information they contain.
Trading standards operations manager Anita Hunt said adverts for mobile phone packages were generally uninformative.
Go into any library or bookshop and you will doubtless see advertisements and find material which is uninformative and unintelligent.
A written report, belatedly released at The Register-Guard's insistence, is uninformative and incompletely researched.
We can't wish for more eloquent, free-speaking personalities to lift post-match comment above the bland and uninformative and then berate him for all his remarks.
Here we have a truly great event, an exciting explanation, graphics of the rules, and great skate photographs--but also completely boring, unoriginal, and uninformative articles written by various KOTR team members who actually appeared to dread the task and even have their own agenda--perhaps trying to be too cool, but sounding too full of themselves.
In that speech, Brown argued against the federal court precedent that says the states are bound to uphold fundamental rights protected in the Constitution and that the Supreme Court has "relied on a rather uninformative metaphor of the 'wall of separation of church and state.
Variables associated with bilateral mastectomy among the "surprisingly high" number of patients with uninformative genetic test results who opted for this treatment were number of first degree relatives with breast or ovarian cancer, ethnic background other than Ashkenazi Jewish, physician recommendation for testing, and surgeon recommendation for bilateral mastectomy, they said.
Variables associated with bilateral mastectomy among the "surprisingly high" number of patients with uninformative genetic test results who opted for this treatment were number of first-degree relatives with breast or ovarian cancer, ethnic background other than Ashkenazi Jewish, physician recommendation for testing, and surgeon recommendation for bilateral mastectomy, they said.
Given that the City Life article was so uninformative and given that council officers' advice to governing bodies seemed to lean towards the present system, it did not surprise me that most governing bodies saw no reason to change: they quite simply were not given the arguments in favour of the equal preference system.
EPA determined that a number of studies sponsored by the atrazine manufacturer and designed to assess atrazine effects on amphibians were uninformative because of flawed study designs, insufficient statistical power, or high variability (U.
Why, with all its problems, it should have dropped its revered name and restyled itself with the unpopular and uninformative nomenclature of Consignia was equally baffling.
Without an indoor barometric report to decipher, Jillian Barberie's pregame barfly segment was fabulously shallow and uninformative.
The accompanying leaflet is alarming, uninformative and biased.
Advertising is ubiquitous, intrusive and uninformative.