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untutored

without formal instruction or education
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The sound was at first unpleasantly high in pitch, to my untutored ear.
Naseby had the sturdy, untutored nature of the upper middle class.
There was excellent blood in his veins --royal stuff; though sadly vitiated, I fear, by the cannibal propensity he nourished in his untutored youth.
To my untutored ear that was music--almost divine music.
Another crazy piece of untutored advice I once heard over the radio said that a warrant of arrest is no longer valid after one year because it was already stale.
BY unwritten custom, the unpublished poets, unelected politicians and untutored philosophers met in the same corner of the bar every night to debate the great topics.
For other chapter pairings like Murakami and Bolano or Adichie and Hamid, Kirsch construes as positive the cultural encumbrances that were perpetual reminders of their "foreignness" to untutored readers.
When Maine made her bid, she was raw and untutored in performance, but clicked with her fresh vivacity and witty 'Dubsmash' spoofs.
used advertising materials and websites touting him as the untutored prodigy of stock investing under the alias Manny Backus.
However, serious building defects may not be obvious to the untutored eye.
Its ideal readers are already aware of the problems they want to solve and passionate about their cause, but untutored in the realities of social change.
The change introduced in the 1970s by the appalling Redcliffe Maud Report of untutored civil servants led to places like Dyfed and Gwynedd with internal differences so vast and varied!