Meaning & Definition of Ignorance in English
1. The lack of knowledge or education
Examples of using
As Tom told me, Esperanto has two enemies, ignorance and prejudice.
The sum of the ignorance of the Republican candidates in the primaries for the U.S. presidential election is simply mind-boggling: one is afraid that China will obtain nuclear weapons, which they have had for 100 years, and the other proposes to close the U.S. embassy in Iran, which has been closed for 100 years... Such stupidity at the head of the world's most powerful country gives one the shivers!
All you need in this life is ignorance and confidence, and then success is sure.