unversed

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adjective un·versed \ˌən-ˈvərst\

Definition of unversed

  1. :  lacking knowledge of or proficiency in something :  not versed He came to you innocent, unversed in the ways of the world … — P. G. Wodehouse … students at the most prestigious universities in the world are nonetheless remarkably unversed in the great books of Western civiliation. — David Brock

1675

First Known Use of unversed

1675


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