Meaning of unawareness in English:


Pronunciation /ˌʌnəˈwɛːnəs/


See unaware

‘It's ignorance and unawareness of how people feel when you talk about someone's colour and personalise that.’
  • ‘She could have been sitting there for eons for all she knew, the shield of blankness and unawareness firmly in place and ignoring any questions asked.’
  • ‘However, when I think about the problem of students' unawareness and apathy about actual change at Macalester, applying a similar solution seems absurd.’
  • ‘An important example of the unawareness of the situation is clearly evident in the standoff at Gustafsen Lake in 1995.’
  • ‘What it cannot survive is our indifference to, or unawareness of, the evidence that such a plot has succeeded.’