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nescience (s) (noun), nesciences (pl)
An absence or lack of knowledge; a form or instance of ignorance: Having grown up in a small village, Grace was a complete nescience, uninformed, and unaware of the ways of the people in the metropolis where she was looking for a job.
A word that means someone does not have much knowledge about things.
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A complete lack of knowing much.
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