not instructed; uninformed; uneducated.
(of a person acting in a representative capacity) not furnished with orders on how to proceed or vote; uncommitted: uninstructed convention delegates.
- un·in·struct·ed·ly, adverb
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How to use uninstructed in a sentence
"Norm went in uninstructed," a senior Bush administration official recalled.
They play the guitar and have pleasing voices, but their singing is quite uninstructed.
To an uninstructed eye, the pine-woods in which we ride look like a flat, monotonous scene.Palmetto-Leaves | Harriet Beecher Stowe
I understand that, if I am uninstructed in the temperance agitation.A Singular Life | Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
Do you also show not your theorems to the uninstructed, but show the acts which come from their digestion.
A nation under a well-regulated government should permit none to remain uninstructed.The Writings of Thomas Paine, Volume II | Thomas Paine