unwisdom

  • 1 Unwisdom — Un*wis dom, n. Want of wisdom; unwise conduct or action; folly; simplicity; ignorance. [1913 Webster] Sumptuary laws are among the exploded fallacies which we have outgrown, and we smile at the unwisdom which could except to regulate private… …

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  • 2 unwisdom — /un wiz deuhm/, n. lack of wisdom; folly; rashness; recklessness: an act of unwisdom. [bef. 900; ME; OE unwisdom. See UN 1, WISDOM] * * * …

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  • 3 unwísdóm — m ( es/ as) unwisdom, imprudence, folly, ignorance …

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  • 4 unwisdom — n. lack of wisdom, folly, imprudence. Etymology: OE unwisdom (as UN (1), WISDOM) …

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  • 5 unwisdom — noun Date: before 12th century lack of wisdom ; foolishness, folly …

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  • 6 unwisdom — noun Want of wisdom; unwise conduct or action; folly; simplicity; ignorance …

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  • 7 unwisdom — sb. Ps. xxi. 3; lxviii. 6 …

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  • 8 unwisdom — noun lack of wisdom; folly …

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  • 9 unwisdom — un·wisdom …

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  • 10 unwisdom — un•wis•dom [[t]ʌnˈwɪz dəm[/t]] n. lack of wisdom; rashness • Etymology: bef. 900 …

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  • 11 unwisdom — /ʌnˈwɪzdəm/ (say un wizduhm) noun 1. lack of wisdom. 2. unwise action; folly …

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  • 12 Robert Graves — Infobox Writer name = Robert Graves imagesize = 175px caption = Portrait of Robert Graves (circa 1974) by Rab Shiell pseudonym = birthdate = birth date|1895|7|24|df=y birthplace = Wimbledon, London, England deathdate = death date and… …

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  • 13 Anarchy — (from el. αναρχία anarchía , without ruler ) may refer to any of the following: * Absence of government; a state of lawlessness due to the absence or inefficiency of the supreme power; political disorder. [ anarchy. Oxford English Dictionary.… …

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  • 14 Robert Graves — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Graves (homonymie). Robert Ranke Graves (Wimbledon, Londres, 24 juillet 1895 – Deia (île de Majorque, Espagne), 7 décembre 1985), fils de l écrivain irlandais Alfred Perceval Graves et d Amalia von Ranke (petite… …

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  • 15 Unintelligence — Un in*tel li*gence, n. Absence or lack of intelligence; unwisdom; ignorance. Bp. Hall. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 16 futile — adjective Etymology: Middle French or Latin; Middle French, from Latin futilis brittle, pointless, probably from fu (akin to fundere to pour) more at found Date: circa 1555 1. serving no useful purpose ; completely ineffective < efforts to… …

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  • 17 Pat Buchanan — Infobox Celebrity name = Pat Buchanan caption = Pat Buchanan in 2008 birth date = birth date and age|mf=yes|1938|11|2 birth place = Washington, D.C., United States death place = occupation = Writer, political commentator spouse = Shelley Ann… …

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  • 18 Culture war — The culture war (or culture wars) in American usage is a metaphor used to claim that political conflict is based on sets of conflicting cultural values. The term frequently implies a conflict between those values considered traditionalist or… …

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  • 19 Oxford Professor of Poetry — The chair of Professor of Poetry at the University of Oxford is an unusual academic appointment, now held for a term of five years, and chosen through an election open to all members of Convocation, namely, all graduates and current academics of… …

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  • 20 Borden Parker Bowne — Borden Parker Bowen was born on 14 January, 1847, near Leonardville, NJ, and died in Boston on 1 April, 1910. He was one of six children of upright parents raised in rural New Jersey, near what is today called Atlantic Highlands. Notably, the… …

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