incomprehension

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incomprehension

[in-kom-pri-hen-shuhn, in-kom-]
noun
lack of comprehension or understanding: The audience listened politely but with incomprehension.

Origin:
1595–1605; in-3 + comprehension

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incomprehension (ˌɪnkɒmprɪˈhɛnʃən, ɪnˌkɒm-)
 
n
inability or failure to comprehend; lack of understanding

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Example sentences
And yet, for all the mutual incomprehension, the moment still binds them
  together.
As for leftovers, if you want to take them away, expect the staff to look at
  you with utter incomprehension.
Most of us will die in the prison of old age, perhaps liberated by senility
  into incomprehension.
Incomprehension is simply what a narcissist calls disagreement.
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