\\ˌignəˈrāshən\ noun (-s)
Etymology: Latin ignoration-, ignoratio, from ignoratus (past participle of ignorare) + -ion, -io -ion
1. : complete or utter ignorance

the ignoration of the true relation of each organism to its environment — A.N.Whitehead

2. [ignore + -ation] : an act or action of ignoring

changed from complete ignoration of my presence to an almost pathetic agreement with every word I said — H.J.Laski

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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