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What is the opposite of know?

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Opposite of to be sure of facts through learning and experience
“He seems to misunderstand that dictionaries of the English language are descriptive, not prescriptive.”
Opposite of to be well versed in
“I know nothing about these mystical stones!”
Opposite of to go through an experience
“He managed to avoid hard work because he would always delegate it to others.”
Opposite of to have met, be acquainted or familiar with
“Most patients are seen and treated by primary care doctors, who may be unfamiliar with the condition.”
Opposite of to remember or have a recollection of
“In spite of your efforts to repeatedly introduce yourself, eventually, I will forget your name.”
Opposite of to acknowledge something as fact
“If you can ignore the crown on his head, you will notice his character does not deserve your benevolence.”
Opposite of to be aware or cognizant of something
“He decided to ignore all advice and proceed along the path riddled with danger signs.”
Opposite of to recognize the difference or contrast of
“You may confuse them, so allow me to explain the difference between the two words.”
Opposite of to clearly comprehend something
(informal) Opposite of to comprehend or understand something (said)
Opposite of to attain or achieve
“If I surrender my search for love now, I don't think I'll feel a shred of regret.”
Opposite of to have an experience of
Opposite of to engage in carnal activity
Opposite of to be recognized for one's abilities, skills or achievements
“Everybody would then disparage Homer and his monstrously strange car design.”
Opposite of to experience or live through something
Opposite of to experience a challenging period in one's life
“Americans love success stories, especially tales of underdogs who overcome all odds to achieve success by their own efforts.”
Opposite of to accept or admit the existence or truth of
“Let me say at the outset that I absolutely and totally reject any assertion that I have misled the Senate over this matter.”
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