Definition of unstudied
: not studied: such asa : not acquired by studyb : not forced : not done or planned for effect
Examples of unstudied in a Sentence
She moved with an unstudied grace.
has an unstudied effervescence that is rare in show business
Recent Examples of unstudied from the Web
The nation’s second-largest estuary was virtually unstudied until about 50 years ago.
Still the mechanisms and basis for many of Hof’s claims remain unstudied and even implausible, based primarily on anecdotes and extrapolations of The Iceman and his many followers.
The site was soon closed and remained unstudied until anthropologists returned to the chamber in 2004.
In return, Mateo-Vega has gained unprecedented access to nearly unstudied forests—and, perhaps more importantly, to the Emberá themselves.
Her book works because her blank verse, with its seemingly unstudied enjambments, is supple yet pared down.
The insight came from a previously unstudied tablet that Ossendrijver spotted in a stack of old photos from the British Museum.
The procedure itself is painful, and the results vary from person to person for unknown and unstudied reasons.
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First Known Use of unstudied
UNSTUDIED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unstudied for English Language Learners
: not planned or done in a deliberate way : sincere and natural
: not studied by scientists before
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