undereducated

[ UK /ˌʌndəɹˈɛd‍ʒuːkˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. poorly or insufficiently educated
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How To Use undereducated In A Sentence

  • You're looking at undereducated, undervalued and underdeveloped, men, women and children.
  • He was sure he was either going crazy or that Billy, his overfed and undereducated co-worker, was trying to play a trick on him.
  • People who are undereducated often feel unequipped to participate in the political process.
  • By today's standards, most journalists were corrupt and undereducated.
  • Otherwise all future columns will be printed without edit, thereby exposing us for the undereducated, overpaid frauds that we are.
  • The juxtaposition of his carping, meticulous fetishizing of cuisine punctilios with that of his abecedarian, pompous-yet-undereducated plodding attempts to guild his prosaic sensibilities with grandiloquent language only serve to expose the charlatan behind the greasy, smacking lips and cheap, brass-plated tongue. Rouge
  • That an appeal from an undereducated prettyboy would work on them more than their own NYT-readin ', independent-thinkin', unsusceptible-liberal-considered-opinion-actin 'selves is a much greater insult. SeeLight:
  • Well, I couldn't take her impoliteness to mean she was undereducated - except in the manners department.
  • I am conflicted over how to respond to the rather undereducated editorial that appeared in this week's issue.
  • Undereducated and unskilled workers continue to struggle to find a place in the globalised world. Times, Sunday Times
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