uncultured


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un·cul·tured

 (ŭn-kŭl′chərd)
adj.
Not cultured or cultivated: an uncultured brute.

uncultured

(ʌnˈkʌltʃəd)
adj
lacking good taste, manners, upbringing, and education
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.uncultured - (of persons) lacking art or knowledgeuncultured - (of persons) lacking art or knowledge
unrefined - (used of persons and their behavior) not refined; uncouth; "how can a refined girl be drawn to such an unrefined man?"

uncultured

adjective
Translations

uncultured

[ˈʌnˈkʌltʃəd] ADJ [person] → inculto, sin cultura; [voice] → no cultivado; [accent] → poco culto

uncultured

[ˌʌnˈkʌltʃərd] adj [person] → inculte

uncultured

adj person, mindungebildet; behaviourunkultiviert, unzivilisiert

uncultured

[ʌnˈkʌltʃəd] adj (person) → senza cultura, ignorante; (mind) → poco raffinato/a
References in classic literature ?
When uncultured minds, confined to a narrow range of personal experience, are under the pressure of continued misfortune, their inward life is apt to become a perpetually repeated round of sad and bitter thoughts; the same words, the same scenes, are revolved over and over again, the same mood accompanies them; the end of the year finds them as much what they were at the beginning as if they were machines set to a recurrent series of movements.
What mind, that is not wholly barbarous and uncultured, can find pleasure in reading of how a great tower full of knights sails away across the sea like a ship with a fair wind, and will be to-night in Lombardy and to-morrow morning in the land of Prester John of the Indies, or some other that Ptolemy never described nor Marco Polo saw?
It is, in fact, a caricature of the boasted romance of feudal times; chivalry in its native and uncultured state, and knight-errantry run wild.
I did not wish to admit to myself that I was angry with this uncultured little savage, that it made the slightest difference to me what she did or what she did not do, or that I could so lower myself as to feel personal enmity towards a common sailor.
By the painful gropings of the untutored mind, by the feeble stammerings of the uncultured voice
The man beside her emitted an unearthly and uncultured yell and rose to his feet.
The inference one can draw from such an arms race is that the factors such as enmity, political bias, unequal growth and uncultured society have just added to the menace.
PTI - The world's oldest known cave paintings were created by Neanderthals, rather than modern humans, showing that our extinct cousins were far from being uncultured brutes as previously believed, a study has found.
It wasn't that my parents were uncultured - we watched programmes on BBC2, for Heaven's sake - but there was a feeling there was nothing there for us to see.
For this, some were quick to judge Filipino moviegoers as 'low' (of low taste or baduy) or uncultured (whatever that means).
This technique, a primitive one, makes uncultured youth an easy prey in the hands of those clerics who spread the virus of Whabism that is sponsored by Saudi Arabia.
Some in here would have us in the north painted as uncultured and without finesse - as savages - but people only think that or say that because they do not know our communities or our people.