Informed and Unaware


Informed adjective - Having information especially as a result of study or experience.
Usage example: people who are informed about nutrition have some serious misgivings about this new diet

Unaware is an antonym for informed in cognizant topic.


Unaware adjective - Not informed about or aware of something.
Usage example: she was unaware of the change in travel plans

Informed is an antonym for unaware in ignorant topic.

Nearby Word: unawares

Both words in one sentence

  • "Groundhog Day" Loop Xena's son Solan is informed of this and refuses to enter, unaware that the alternative is much worse, and is eventually rescued by Xena and taken back to the fields.
  • Until L informed him about it he was apparently unaware of some of the atrocities that are being carried out in his name.
  • Intentionally Awkward Title The creators were initially unaware of the negative connotations of the title; partway through development, they were informed what the title actually meant, but opted to keep it as-is.
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