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.
However, there is insufficient context for readers unschooled in politics; "this makes the book feel truly post-Soviet: There's no mention of Russia's long and tortured history with authoritarianism" (New York Times Book Review).
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.
ISLAMABAD -- India, Indonesia and Pakistan each have more than a million children out of school, according to a United Nations report which said the global number of unschooled children aged 6 to 11 is still as high as 58 million, showing little overall improvement since 2007.
Plan Rwanda Country Director Peter Van Dommelen said the centre will help solve the plight of 75 per cent unschooled youth with no professional training.
spoils-seeking elites, rulers unschooled in governing a modern state, religious and ethnic divisions and a history of military violence--as well as poverty, unemployment and food insecurity.
That is why many of the patients are unschooled and need support to find jobs.
A son of unschooled farm workers leading the way into the frontiers of theoretical math and science was not at all predictable.
The court noted that unless a party can show that the contested value resulted from a concerted course of bad faith action or was tainted by contractually improper conduct, "The lack of room for law-trained judicial second-guessing makes sense because such unschooled second-guessing undercuts the parties' choice to have an expert on the relevant property task perform the task.
The experience will employ the concept of “radical unschooling” with which participants should be familiar, but students need not be unschooled or home schooled to participate.
The tortoise case "was initiated by non-taxonomists apparently unschooled in the rules of zoological nomenclature and unwilling to abandon a name that they have become used to.