clueless

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clue +‎ -less

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clueless (comparative more clueless, superlative most clueless)

  1. Lacking knowledge or understanding; uninformed.
  2. Without any clues or hints.
    • 2010, Kathleen Newberg, Faux Finish (page 97)
      The shifting shapes mimicked the dilemma of the nearly clueless mystery of the Higgins Grove murders. As soon as the picture formed into something recognizable, it morphed into something else.

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