- not knowing anything at all (idiom); completely ignorant
without an inkling
- adj.全部的,所有的,整个的 adv.完全,更加,越发 pron.全部
- "Some knowledge is always better than no knowledge" says arthur olson of the scripps research institute in la jolla calif.
- "Then you know practically nothing about my aunt?" Pursued the self-possessed young lady.
- I thought prado claimed he didn't know anything.
- No I don't know nothin'about that othar never blowed no shofar!
- Ignorant of quantum mechanics; musically illiterate.
- Sent confusing signals to iraq; perplexing to someone who knew nothing about it; a puzzling statement.
- I'm at a loss respecting his whereabouts.
- At the turn of the17th century there was no sense of how creatures were related to each other; descriptions and classifications were unsystematic.
- Priestley was close to death after the worst crash ever seen on the kentucky auto racing speedway.
- Of the wisdom of this maxim mr.slope was ignorant.
- Fifteenth-century art was a sealed book to him.
- I know virtually nothing about monterey park.
- An ignorant man; nescient of contemporary literature; an unlearned group incapable of understanding complex issues; exhibiting contempt for his unlettered companions.
- Is it not therefore shameful that a people accustomed to be conquered a people ignorant of war a people even without arrows should proceed in order of battle against you my brave men?
- Miss tarbell learned that she was expected to teach subjects about which she knew nothing.