[ UK /ʌnkˈʌltʃəd/ ]
- (of persons) lacking art or knowledge
How To Use uncultured In A Sentence
- This is such an uncultured, unskilful and desperate development to our sport! Times, Sunday Times
- As I was with an English teacher, a literary obsessive and a borderline genius, spending time in The Globe could've been very intimidating for someone as thick and uncultured as me.
- But what really kept her mouth shut on the subject was the fear that he really was much more insightful than she would imagine a goofy, uncultured, low-class guy such as him to be.
- People in many other cultures view this insistence on getting to the point as rude and uncultured.
- They consider eating outside in this way uncultured, and not for the likes of them.
- His profile on the micro-blogging site says he is a "Former Notre Dame grad student who dropped everything to start an unplanned, unexpected, & 'uncultured' journey to help the poor. Don Tapscott: Young Video Blogger Champions His Cause in Davos
- His profile on the micro-blogging site says he is a "Former Notre Dame grad student who dropped everything to start an unplanned, unexpected, &'uncultured' journey to help the poor. Don Tapscott: Young Video Blogger Champions His Cause in Davos
- I am a colossal fool, completely uncultured, uneducated, unable even to spell opara, poorly dressed, but fortunately not quite ugly enough to have to put a bag over my head.
- Part Two is Available Here: youtube. com For more information about what I'm doing in Bangladesh, check out my blog at: uncultured. com In the video, one of the kids said he sells "paan". WN.com - Articles related to An Abbott government would suspend fishing no-go areas to 'unlock' oceans
- You uncultured rubes probably think that having a vast army of servants slavishly waiting on you hand and foot is some great luxury.