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illiterate
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The Fountainhead
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  • The total effect is that of crudeness and architectural illiteracy.
  • His father was a longshoreman, a tall, silent, illiterate man who had never gone to school.
  • You may see that a beautiful woman is inferior to a non-beautiful one, that the literate is inferior to the illiterate, that the rich is inferior to the poor, and the able to the incompetent.
  • Any illiterate maniac, any worthless moron who commits some revolting murder, gets shrieks of sympathy from us and marshals an army of humanitarian defenders.

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  • She is functionally illiterate, so she will need help filling out the employment application.
  • She is culturally illiterate.

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