[ US /ənˈtɹeɪnd/ ]
[ UK /ʌntɹˈe‍ɪnd/ ]
  1. not disciplined or conditioned or made adept by training
    an untrained voice
    untrained troops
    young minds untrained in the habit of concentration
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How To Use untrained In A Sentence

  • Untrained, they can be domineering, independent and reserved, especially when bred from working bloodlines - show lines tend to be calmer and more subdued.
  • In the hands of the untrained and unwary it can cause untold damage to your wealth.
  • Although the complex syncopated rhythms of duets can sound to the untrained ear as if they are coming from one bird, they are the efforts of two wrens perched side by side and interposing their notes with precise timing.
  • In some things it may be well that emotion is greater than logic; but emotion _in logic_ is sad to contend with, sad even to contemplate -- and such is too often the reasoning of the untrained woman. Public Speaking
  • This is described as naturalism - the artist paints with an untrained mind, and portrays things in the way that he understands and perceives them.
  • Yet students who have completed expensive training face the same difficulties as an untrained actor in qualifying for an Equity card.
  • They left that to a social worker untrained in criminal investigations. The Sun
  • Of these often-untrained teens, 200,000 are injured every year through slips, falls, strains and burns.
  • If he had kissed her with those uneloquent and untrained lips of his, impure in their purity, she would never have forgiven herself. Too Old for Dolls A Novel
  • Considering that we were completely and utterly untrained at this stage of the war, this was no mean achievement.
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