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Definition of Unwit

Unwit
Unwit Un*wit", v. t. [1st pref. un- + wit.] To deprive of wit. [Obs.] --Shak.
Unwit
Unwit Un*wit", n. [Pref. un- not + wit.] Want of wit or understanding; ignorance. [Obs.] --Chaucer.

Meaning of Unwit from wikipedia

- it should not delay CPR and shock delivery or be used in those with unwitnessed out of hospital arrest. The overall chance of survival among those who...
- resuscitation (CPR) and defibrillation, nor should it be used in those with unwitnessed out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. In a precordial thump, a provider strikes...
- punishment. Both purgatory and indulgences are inter-corelated theories, unwitnessed in the Bible or in the Ancient Church, and when they were enforced and...
- kind of giant crab, although he, too, allows that the animal is largely unwitnessed and unknown. Wallenberg, Jacob (1836), "kapitele (ch. 17): Om en rar...
- kilometres (87 miles) away. Occurring in an uninhabited area, the event was unwitnessed, and several hours p****ed before the signature of the landslide was noticed...
- witnessed past of the above forms (except command), rumor (rivayet) is the unwitnessed past of the above forms (except simple past and command), conditional...
- Bystander* All Witnessed Arrests with CPR, with or without Bystander AED Unwitnessed Arrest with CPR Total outside Hospitals Return of spontaneous circulation...
- weld procedure which can ensure the published holding capacity of any unwitnessed connection, but this is under review by the American Welding Society...
- /oˈsɫɔvno/) – in Bulgarian there is one more to describe a general category of unwitnessed events – the inferential (преизказно /prɛˈiskɐzno/) mood. However, most...
- only proven way to resuscitate a person who has had a cardiac arrest unwitnessed by Emergency Medical Services (EMS) who is still in persistent ventricular...