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1.
caustuous;

caus-tu-ous; (cost-chu-us);

-adjective-
1. the circumstance of society as a whole or a single person within it harassing your state of being with ignorance and unenlightenment:
(The character Kelly, played by Anna Faris, in Lost In Translation (Film, Sofia Coppola, 2003) does an excellent rendition of the caustuous American female.)

Related terms
caus-tu-ous-ness, noun.
caus-tu-os-ity, adverb.

Antonyms
1. educated, experienced, cultured.

Word Origin and History
Word invented August 21, 2012, by necessity, in Oregon state, USA when questioning the ability of the English language to describe frustration with the general public in one word.
The character Kelly, played by Anna Faris, in Lost In Translation (Film, Sofia Coppola, 2003) does an excellent rendition of the caustuous American female.
by sociologycrazed August 23, 2012