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

  • Halder would mumble under his breath about the differences between professional and "untutored" opinion. Barbarossa
  • To the untutored ear, this music sounds as if it might have been written by Beethoven.
  • But then, instead of calling the etymon "Hindi-Urdu cakor" or "Hindustani cakor," they invented a completely spurious distinction between what look to the untutored eye like two different preforms, apparently because their transcription system for Hindi uses c for the unaspirated \ch\ (presumably using ch for the aspirated consonant), whereas the one for Urdu uses ch for the same phoneme (and presumably chh for the aspirated one). languagehat.com: CHUKAR.
  • But a burgher named Sachs, arguing that singers should instead be wooing the "untutored" hearts of the masses, proposes letting the winner be chosen instead by a young woman named Eva along with the rest of the public. Hullabaloo
  • Here she reigns supreme, the arbitress of the everlasting weal or woe of untutored infancy. The Christian Home
  • They had left school at fifteen and were quite untutored in writing.
  • They had left school at fifteen and were quite untutored in writing.
  • The untutored backwoodsman was deemed wiser than the academic scholar, for the locally grounded observer had ‘greater opportunity to make new discoveries… than the professor whose life is spent in the laboratory’.
  • Understanding how to learn from these untutored, improvising virtuosi wasn't easy, gaining acceptance even less so. Times, Sunday Times
  • At Harrow the brightness and colour of our School-Chapel struck my untutored eye as "exceeding magnifical"; and the early celebrations in the Parish Fifteen Chapters of Autobiography
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