Recent Examples of unpolished from the Web
The end result is unpolished, and mostly nonsensical.
That’s her appeal: a certain unpolished candor that, packaged into an album with a strong sense of melody, becomes intensely relatable.
Villanova has become the sport’s most surprising juggernaut by recruiting players skilled enough to excel against major-college competition but unpolished and eager enough to stick around.
As a cornerback, Phillips shows the speed and ball awareness to play the position at a high level, but his unpolished technique will get him in trouble at times.
The infotainment system is spartan and unpolished, with no support for Android Auto or CarPlay.
Former South Central coach Kevin Hannon said Manaea was unpolished as a freshman and sophomore.
In the unpolished video that appeared on state television one October morning in 2015, Wang Yu, one of China’s most prominent lawyers, denounces her own son.
Though Smith is raw and unpolished, in need of an off-dribble skill set and some defensive discipline, the talent level is there.
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