incognizant

[in-kog-nuh-zuh nt]
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Origin of incognizant

First recorded in 1830–40; in-3 + cognizant
Related formsin·cog·ni·zance, noun
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Related Words for incognizant

ignorant, oblivious, uninformed, unknowing

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Historical Examples of incognizant

  • We cannot suppose him, on the night of the fatal Sunday, both innocent himself and incognizant of an outrage committed.


British Dictionary definitions for incognizant

incognizant

adjective
  1. (when postpositive, often foll by of) unaware (of)
Derived Formsincognizance, noun
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Word Origin and History for incognizant
adj.

1837, from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + cognizant.

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