untutored

[ uhn-too-terd, -tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF untutored

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNTUTORED

If I could—I, so untutored, so unworthy—if I could comfort you in a single care!

Still they played, jarringly, for that was their untutored wont.

She was like an untrained, untutored child, despite her years, she thought.

Untutored as she was, Tess had read the message in the student's eyes.

She was an untutored child of the desert, and his words were a spur to her quick pride.

Untutored as she was, she read him, felt what was going on in him.

It must have originated from the untutored efforts of a primitive people.

It is thus that reason speaks, and untutored nature says the same thing.

Indolence was his besetting sin; and his will was untutored.

The cure was not too ready to acknowledge the superiority of this untutored intellect.

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