Not having, showing, or making use of information; not informed: uninformed voters; an uninformed decision. (adjective)
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Use "uninformed" in a sentence
"The cable says that rumors of splits at the top of the military government come from what it calls uninformed analysis and wishful thinking by Burmese exiles and outside observers."
"KING: The Thompson campaign promises the former senator will be more active very soon, but, Wolf, it's interesting increasingly, even top Thompson advisers are voicing their frustrations, not just with what they call the uninformed chattering class, but even with their own candidate."
"He also expressed disappointment at what he described as uninformed criticism of the justice system by members of the community and the media."