benighted

  • 1Benighted — Coolness tival 2007 Основная информация Жанры …

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  • 2Benighted — Le groupe au Coolness tival 2007, le 3/11/07 à Montdidier (France). Pays d’origine France …

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  • 3Benighted — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Benighted Benighted en vivo en el Coolness Tival 2007 Información personal …

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  • 4Benighted — live beim Coolnes …

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  • 5benighted — index blind (not discerning), incognizant, opaque Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 6benighted — ► ADJECTIVE 1) ignorant or unenlightened. 2) archaic unable to travel further because darkness has fallen …

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  • 7benighted — [bē nīt′id, binīt′id] adj. [ME, pp. of binighten: see BE & NIGHT] 1. caught or surrounded by darkness or night 2. intellectually or morally backward; unenlightened …

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  • 8Benighted — This article is about the French rock band. For the English adjective meaning plunged into darkness , see wikt:benighted. For other uses, see Benighted (disambiguation). Benighted Benighted live at Coolness Tival 2007 …

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  • 9Benighted — benight e*night (b[ e]*n[imac]t ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Benighted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Benighting}.] 1. To involve in darkness; to shroud with the shades of night; to obscure. [Archaic] [1913 Webster] The clouds benight the sky. Garth. [1913… …

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  • 10benighted — [[t]bɪna͟ɪtɪd[/t]] ADJ GRADED: ADJ n (disapproval) If you describe people or the place where they live as benighted, you think they are unfortunate or do not know anything. [LITERARY] The terrible circumstances of that benighted country may be… …

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  • 11benighted — benightedly, adv. benightedness, n. /bi nuy tid/, adj. 1. intellectually or morally ignorant; unenlightened: benighted ages of barbarism and superstition. 2. overtaken by darkness or night. [1565 75; benight (BE + NIGHT) + ED2] Syn. 1. backward,… …

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  • 12benighted — be|night|ed [bıˈnaıtıd] adj literary [Date: 1600 1700; Origin: benighted trapped by the darkness of the night (16 20 centuries), from night] having no knowledge or understanding >benightedly adv …

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  • 13benighted — /bəˈnaɪtəd / (say buh nuytuhd) adjective 1. intellectually or morally ignorant; unenlightened: *None of these was considered worthy of attention, so long as government and the churches saw Aboriginal nomadism as a benighted form of existence.… …

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  • 14benighted — adjective Date: 15th century 1. overtaken by darkness or night 2. existing in a state of intellectual, moral, or social darkness ; unenlightened • benightedly adverb • benightedness noun …

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  • 15benighted — adjective a) plunged into darkness And lonely as it is, that loneliness b) overtaken by night Will be more lonely ere it will be less …

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  • 16benighted — Synonyms and related words: ableptical, amaurotic, backward, bereft of light, blind, color blind, dark, dim sighted, empty headed, eyeless, hemeralopic, ignorant, illiterate, in darkness, in the dark, know nothing, mind blind, naive, night… …

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  • 17benighted — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Exhibiting lack of education or knowledge: backward, ignorant, primitive, unenlightened. See KNOWLEDGE …

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  • 18benighted — be|night|ed [ bı naıtəd ] adjective OLD FASHIONED lacking knowledge or advantages that other people or places have …

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  • 19benighted — be·night·ed || bɪ naɪtɪd adj. ignorant, uneducated; unenlightened; caught in the darkv. overtake by darkness …

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  • 20benighted — adjective 1》 in a state of intellectual or moral ignorance. 2》 archaic overtaken by darkness. Derivatives benightedness noun Origin C16: past participle of archaic benight …

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