noun, plural ig·no·ra·mus·es.
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Origin of ignoramus
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Example sentences from the Web for ignoramus
Among other incredulous moments, Carlson would often claim she needed Google or a dictionary to look up words she most certainly knew, such as ignoramus and czar.
If I were a reactionary ignoramus, those numbers would make me plenty nervous.Obama and the Washington Football Club and (Of Course!) Lanny Davis|Michael Tomasky|October 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As a recovering ignoramus, I ordered a used copy of Shababo's Love in Safed before I finished Ziffer's post.
Is he really an ignoramus mistakenly granted admission ahead of deserving students because his parents know the right people?
A demagogue must be neither an educated nor an honest man; he has to be an ignoramus and a rogue.
Plotz was, by his own estimation, an inattentive Jew, a biblical ignoramus.
This fellow was an ignoramus, did not even understand the Jewish language, and made use therefore of Russian.Solomon Maimon: An Autobiography.|Solomon Maimon
Any political ignoramus, if hoisted to the "bench," has judicial authority to declare the law,—it is absolute.The Trial of Theodore Parker|Theodore Parker
Why is one born into this world an ignoramus, knowing nothing of the laws, customs and usage one inadvertently breaks?The Road to Damascus|August Strindberg
"If that luncheon was not expensive, then I am indeed an ignoramus," said Dolly, when they began to figure out its cost.Living on a Little|Caroline French Benton
But fools will rush in where angels fear to tread, and Ignoramus walks with confidence where Eruditus fears to take a step.