English words and Examples of Usage

use "ignorant" in a sentence

Their views are vile, hateful, ignorant and, frankly, scary.

I didn't want to be ignorant about what people were saying."

For fudge's sakes, take a look at how ignorant you are for a second.

Many young woman are ignorant of the system and are easily exploited.

And we're considered to be the most ignorant country on the continent.

The things that were yelled at Lambeau during the moment of silence are ignorant.

How many riots have you seen over whites being shot or brutalized you ignorant F%&@.

She didn't want me to have to step down just because some ignorant people complained.

Ironically, these warped and ignorant concepts were spawned from evolutionary science.

" Overall, the idea of introducing Coca-Cola to Mexico could be perceived as ignorant.

It preys on the religiously ignorant and keeps recruits isolated from mainstream Muslims.

To spout that if you are Muslim you support this type of action is completely ignorant.

It was a mistake for me to think that they might just be ignorant to the situation.

But Bay’s new action flick, he said, sends a message that they are “fanatical and ignorant.”

Nutter calls Trump's proposal "ignorant" and says if he had the power, he'd ban Trump from the city.

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