uninforming

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ informing

Adjective[edit]

uninforming (comparative more uninforming, superlative most uninforming)

  1. Failing to yield information; uninformative.
    • 1903, Harry Leon Wilson, The Lions of the Lord[1]:
      She looked at him closely, with a quick suspicion, but found his profile uninforming; at least of anything needful at the moment.
    • 1906, George A. Birmingham, Hyacinth[2]:
      Lady Geoghegan plied hers with questions, and received a series of quite uninforming answers.
    • 1921, Harry Leon Wilson, The Wrong Twin[3]:
      The book was profuse in diagrams, and each diagram was profuse in letters of the alphabet, but these he found uninforming.