Notice that she is not skeptical about the power of science; she is not the sort of know-nothing who doubts the claims of scientists to be able to change the world.
While at first she had thought him a reckless know-nothing , she learned that first impressions were deceiving.
Doesn't that moon-faced know-nothing know when to give up?
The truth, bluntly, is that he is an irresponsible know-nothing .
Burnside stands out from his peers; he's not a know-nothing writer but one with distinct theories about language and life.
He was a maniac, a know-nothing who wanted to impose himself on the story, without having a clue what it was about.
Customer awareness is growing in part because the average buyer is fed up with callous treatment by apathetic clerks and know-nothing customer-service agents.
He gives the basics of the science behind his conclusions, very useful for a science know-nothing like myself, and the final few chapters try and draw out some lessons for us.
But to this know-nothing writer, this election seems different.
In doing so, he echoes the line of many a know-nothing conservative before him.