Definition of cluelessness in English:



See clueless

‘But I found the article an intriguing mix of interesting observation and utter cluelessness.’
  • ‘Indeed, his refusal to postpone elections provided additional evidence, if any were needed, of his cluelessness.’
  • ‘The willful cluelessness on display in this editorial is mind boggling.’
  • ‘This really is terrifying, though cluelessness in government about these issues is nothing new.’
  • ‘At the ceremony he revealed a startling cluelessness about 20th century music, especially popular songs.’