undeveloped

[ uhn-di-vel-uh pt ]SEE DEFINITION OF undeveloped

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNDEVELOPED

From the earliest times it has been contended that woman is undeveloped man.

But as yet she was undeveloped—an interesting, a charming child, but only a child.

It may be incomplete, it may be undeveloped, but so far as it goes it contains the truth.

Was he not a boy yet, perhaps with the impulse she and the Cornal feared, all undeveloped?

Didn't Miss Campion say that she was a genius, but undeveloped?

In a material sense the South is still an undeveloped country.

I reflected that I myself was kin to her, had in me, latent and undeveloped, an artist's soul.

It must be confessed that intellectually they are undeveloped.

Our interest lies in its remaining as undeveloped as possible.

His undeveloped senses have permitted him to survive in the manner of the oyster.

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