unbookish

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adjective un·book·ish \ˌən-ˈbu̇-kish\

Definition of unbookish

  1. :  not having or showing literary or intellectual interests :  not bookish an unbookish young man unbookish pursuits; also :  unlearned And his unbookish jealousy must construe poor Cassio's smiles, gestures, and light behavior quite in the wrong. — William Shakespeare

Circa 1616

First Known Use of unbookish

circa 1616


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