[ UK /ʌnskˈuːld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking in schooling
    an untutored genius
    uneducated children
    untaught people whose verbal skills are grossly deficient
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How To Use unschooled In A Sentence

  • Of equal, if not greater, importance to his identification as American was the very different image summoned by West's youth in Pennsylvania: the artist as unschooled, natural talent.
  • An evangelist, abolitionist, and feminist, Sojourner Truth (c. 1797-1883) is remembered for her unschooled but remarkable voice raised in support of abolitionism, the freedmen, and women's rights.
  • ‘Wendy Alexander at full throttle was a formidable sight’, he says, ‘but she was an outsider, unschooled in the world of local Scottish politics.’
  • For one thing, it's a way of making sense of the apparent contradiction between Portia's self-presentation as "unschooled, unlessoned" and the pivotal role she plays in pronouncing sentences as I think you know I've written on before. Ferule & Fescue
  • I was talking to Peter Gray, over at Psychology Today, about being unschooled. Kate Fridkis: Being Homeschooled Made Me Normal
  • She made a pretty snide remark about Maruka being unschooled in protocol.
  • The possibilities for such technology, even to the layman unschooled in science, seem limitless.
  • If civil engineers were as unschooled in secure design practice as the average software developer, failing bridges would be causing a severe loss of life.
  • Many young recruits, committed but unschooled in any sort of visual language, often resorted to producing hand-lettered placards in workshops subject to state harassment and sabotage.
  • Women still comprise the majority of the world's poor, unfed, and unschooled.
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