#WOTD: Nescient

Hello hey hi, fellas!

Today we’re going to talk about a word!

The word is ‘nescient’. Have you ever heard of it, fellas? #WOTD

The word ‘nescient’ is an adjective. Its noun form is ‘nescience’.

Nescient means lacking knowledge; ignorant.

The word nescient comes from Latin.

Example use of the word nescient:

His nescience of the topic was obvious.

Another example:

I came to the new Korean restaurant with some equally nescient friends.

Do you understand how to use the word nescient now, fellas? :)

That’s all I can share for today, fellas. Hope it could be useful for you. Good night<3

Compiled and written by @waitatiri at @EnglishTips4U on December 16, 2014

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