Comparing Ahmadinejad to Hitler insults the memory of the Holocaust more than his ignorant denials of it.
Forbes magazine has alternately called Hanauer insane and ignorant.
Terry McDermott on why the government might have truly been ignorant.
Suddenly, for the first time, I was embarrassed to be among the ignorant when it came to Twilight.
You are much too ignorant and self concerned to even attempt to listen or understand, everyone knows that.
He may be ignorant and rude, as poor, but he is of true nobility.
There was danger, too--and the greatest--from Viviette, ignorant of Destiny.
The multitude are ignorant, and liberty in the hands of the ignorant is always license.
She could be fierce and wicked; she is ignorant and bitter about many things; I am afraid for her.
He treated them as a wise physician might treat an ignorant and somewhat refractory patient.
late 14c., from Old French ignorant (14c.), from Latin ignorantia, from ignorantem (nominative ignorans), present participle of ignorare "not to know, to be unacquainted; mistake, misunderstand; take no notice of, pay no attention to," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + Old Latin gnarus "aware, acquainted with" (cf. Classical Latin noscere "to know," notus "known"), from Proto-Latin suffixed form *gno-ro-, related to gnoscere "to know" (see know).
Form influenced by Latin ignotus "unknown." Cf. also uncouth. Colloquial sense of "ill-mannered" first attested 1886. As a noun meaning "ignorant person" from mid-15c.