Three out of many "negligences and ignorances" in managing the health of houses generally, I will here mention as specimens—1.
A community of ignorances may be as binding as a community of interests.
The people who lay all their sins negligences and ignorances, on Providence.
How there were more years; more impertinences, ignorances, and insults.
He may have had his ignorances, follies, weaknesses, possibly crimes: but he served the purpose of his mighty mother.
When my ignorances were laid bare, the examiners most considerately confined their questions to my period.
I know well enough of a thousand sins, and weaknesses and ignorances in myself which my neighbours never see.
How the impertinences, ignorances, and insults went through the multiplication table.
So that there are ignorances of different degrees, and degrees of knowledge which are quite deceptive.
Conscientiously he strove to be faithful to the menagerie of ignorances and prejudices which he misnamed his convictions.