A totally ignorant person—unknowledgeable, uneducated, or uninformed; a fool.
A grand jury's ruling on an indictment whenever research is set to be insufficient to send the case to test.
Our company is ignorant; we ignore; -- becoming the term previously written on a bill of indictment by a grand jury whenever there was maybe not sufficient evidence to warrant them finding it a genuine bill. The term now used is, “No costs,” “No real costs,” or “Not found,” though in certain jurisdictions “Ignored” continues to be used.
A stupid, ignorant person; a vain pretender to knowledge; a dunce.
in-law, an indorsement, indicating ‘we ignore it,’ which a grand jury previously made on a bill presented to it for inquiry, when there is not proof to support the charges, by virtue that indorsement all procedures had been stopped, plus the accused person had been released.
n. An ignorant individual; specially, one that does not have necessary understanding; an ignorant pretender to knowledge.