adjective un·in·struct·ed \ˌən-in-ˈstrək-təd\

Definition of uninstructed

  1. :  not educated or provided with knowledge or instructions :  not instructed <a primer for the uninstructed reader> <Even the most scientifically uninstructed among us—and I refer to myself—can read the account. — Robert Penn Warren> < … he was very shy, very reticent, and altogether uninstructed in the ordinary daily intercourse of man with man. — Anthony Trollope>


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