nescience [ nesh-uhns, nesh-ee-uhns, nes-ee- ]
1. lack of knowledge; ignorance.
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incapacity, obliviousness, darkness, unconsciousness, rawness, fog, unawareness, simplicity, innocence, vagueness, blindness, unfamiliarity, bewilderment, illiteracy, oblivion, dumbness, disregard, philistinism, uncouthness, sciolism
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Origin: First recorded in 1605–15; from Late Latin nescientia “ignorance,” from nescient-, the stem of nesciēns, present participle of nescīre “to be ignorant, not to know,” equivalent to ne- “not” + scientia “knowledge”; see science
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