unschooled


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un·schooled

 (ŭn-sko͞old′)
adj.
1. Not educated or instructed; having little or no formal schooling.
2. Not the result of training; natural: an artist of unschooled talents.

unschooled

(ʌnˈskuːld)
adj
1. (Education) having received no training or schooling
2. spontaneous; natural: unschooled talent.

un•schooled

(ʌnˈskuld)

adj.
1. not schooled, taught, or trained.
2. not acquired or artificial; natural: an unschooled ability.
[1580–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unschooled - lacking in schoolingunschooled - lacking in schooling; "untaught people whose verbal skills are grossly deficient"; "an untutored genius"; "uneducated children"
uneducated - not having a good education

unschooled

adjective
Without education or knowledge:
Translations

unschooled

[ˈʌnˈskuːld] ADJindocto
to be unschooled in a techniqueno haber aprendido nada de una técnica

unschooled

adjungebildet, ohne Schulbildung; talentunausgebildet; to be unschooled in somethingnichts wissen über etw (acc)
References in classic literature ?
Whatever tides of desire flooded his being, he was unschooled in the conventional expression of them; while his excessive timidity was bound to make his love- making unusual.
The idiot, the Indian, the child and unschooled farmer's boy stand nearer to the light by which nature is to be read, than the dissector or the antiquary.
Dinampo said the members of the group may be few but, they are bringing a very dangerous idea and recruiting people who are mostly unschooled and are easily swayed with the promise of money.
The study further reveals that Humak, Noon and Sohan have the highest number of unschooled males whereas a majority of girls are out of school in Alipur Farash.
Non-whites were largely unschooled and not propertied.
He added: 'Our Muslim and Christian brothers, brothers and sisters from other religions, the rich and poor, the schooled and unschooled, let us work together and do good to one another.
Globally, children took over key roles on the day, in media, politics, business, sport and entertainment to voice their support for millions of their peers who are unschooled, unprotected and uprooted.
Worldwide there are 72 million unschooled children, the majority in Sub-Saharan Africa, most of them girls.
Along with their two unschooled sons (ages nine and twelve), the authors practice what Ben calls "practiculture" on their forty acres.
HALF- EMPTY coffee mug, a string of fairy lights and strains of ghazals -- what you need to complete this perfect winter evening is a novel -- one that tells you the tale of star- crossed lovers, Faiz, the unschooled papier mache artist, and Roohi, the typical middle- class romantic.
To millions of unemployed youth hanging on to the last shred of their self-esteem and to many more millions of unschooled children constitution means next to nothing.