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unlearned

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unlearned

adjective un·learned \-ˈlər-nəd for 1, 2, -ˈlərnd for 3\

—used to describe a type of behavior that is natural and does not have to be learned

: having or showing very little learning, education, or knowledge

Full Definition of UNLEARNED

1
:  possessing inadequate learning or education; especially :  deficient in scholarly attainments
2
:  characterized by or revealing ignorance
3
:  not gained by study or training

Examples of UNLEARNED

  1. <although the people of the farming community were largely an unlearned lot, they wanted an advanced education for their children>

First Known Use of UNLEARNED

14th century

Rhymes with UNLEARNED

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