- not having adequate information or knowledge about a situation or subject
⇒ people who are ill-informed and not in possession of the full facts,
⇒ The information was inaccurate, based on speculation, and from ill-informed sources.,
⇒ Most people today are relatively ill-informed about basic science
- resulting from inadequate knowledge about a situation or subject
⇒ The accusations are ill-informed and quite simply wrong.,
⇒ a subject that still provokes outraged incomprehension and divisive, ill-informed
⇒ This leads to ill informed speculation.,
⇒ There has been much ill-informed speculation that I am about to resign.,
⇒ The debate reveals the extent of deep-seated, ill-informed prejudice.
Word usage trends for “ill-informed”
Example Sentences Including 'ill-informed'
They are the gossip of the ignorant and ill-informed - `I looked at Traveller with a new surmise.
Sacrificed in order to save the reputations of a few cowardly bureaucrats from a little ill-informed criticism.
The Touch of Innocents