Definition of Ignaroes
1. ignaro [n] - See also: ignaro
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ignaroes
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Literary usage of Ignaroes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Kaina Kai Palaia: Things New and Old: Or, A Storehouse of Similes, Sentences by John Spencer, Thomas Fuller (1868)
"... judge nor jury can well tell what to make of it; but the like may be said of some bold ignaroes, such as in the pulpit after they have repeated ..."
2. The Western Antiquary by William Henry Kearley Wright (1883)
"'J his Perspective № not fitted to the dull sight of Self-opinionate ignaroes. To the intelligent and judicious Peruser, ..."
3. Things New and Old: Or, A Storehouse of Similes, Sentences, Allegories by John Spencer (1869)
"... who will undertake to teach before themselves have learnt, whereby it often falls out that whilst such ignaroes are about to make known the knowledge of ..."
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