Unbeknownsties

un·be·known·sties | un·be·known·sti·er | un·be·known·stie·st

noun /ˌənbəˈnōnstēz/

A lack of awareness of current events, commonly used with “a case of”.

“I had a really bad case of the unbeknowsties the other day when I left my cell phone at home and couldn’t read the news.”

“She must be the unbeknownstiest girl I know — she wasn’t even aware that Trump underwent prefrontal cortex reduction surgery.”

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