What is the opposite of knowing?

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Adjective
Opposite of experienced or shrewd, especially excessively or prematurely so
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Adjective
Opposite of done in full awareness or consciousness
Adjective
Opposite of having or showing experience, knowledge, and good judgment
“It may be unwise to invest in the stock market while prices continue to drop.”
Adjective
Opposite of conscious or aware of something
Adjective
Opposite of mentally keen, alert, sharp, agile, and nimble
Adjective
Opposite of disappointed in someone or something that one discovers to be less than expected
Adjective
Opposite of done by one's own free will or choice
“She gave a forced confession to the police while she was detained without a warrant and threatened with a weapon.”
Adjective
Opposite of familiar with and at ease in many different countries and cultures
Adjective
Opposite of possessing insight
“His ideas were uninspired, lacking in originality or insight.”
Adjective
Opposite of signifying or carrying a special meaning
“His mind wandered as he stared straight through me with a blank look.”
Adjective
Opposite of observable
Adjective
Opposite of having considerable skill, proficiency, or intelligence
“If you had an incompetent employee who was costing you money and butchering important relationships, wouldn't you want to know?”
Adjective
Opposite of sensible and emotionally stable
Adjective
Opposite of relating to the identification of long-term goals and the means of achieving them
“This guy isn't going to go down easily, so you're going to need more than an improvised plan.”
Noun
Opposite of thought
Noun
Opposite of having information typically not available to others
Verb
(Present participle of understand) Opposite of being aware of the meaning of
“I will be misunderstanding what is written if it lacks the clarity I require.”
Verb
(general or positive) Opposite of to experience an emotion or sensation
“The misery of being in a bad relationship is something that everyone should be avoiding in their lives.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to be well versed in
“I know nothing about these mystical stones!”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to remember or have a recollection of
“In spite of your efforts to repeatedly introduce yourself, eventually, I will forget your name.”
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