unlearned

[ uhn-lur-nid for 1, 2, 5; uhn-lurnd for 3, 4 ]SEE DEFINITION OF unlearned

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Old truths have been relearned; untruths have been unlearned.

You then, learning what you did not know, were unlearned when you were learning?

Then after all the wise are the learners and not the unlearned; and your last answer to Euthydemus was wrong.

Then the unlearned learn, and not the wise, Cleinias, as you imagine.

The power of his eloquence was felt equally by the learned and the unlearned.

At first, too, a good many of the masters were unlearned and ignorant men.

I accepted his apology, thinking it a good one for an unlearned Indian.

Living so long in the East, he has unlearned the laws, the manners, and the usages of his country.

It is, in substance, not something that can be learned and unlearned.

It draws within the sphere of its attraction both the scholastic and the unlearned.

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