Origin of polished
Related formsun·pol·ished, adjectivewell-pol·ished, adjective
Examples from the Web for unpolished
The likely scenario is that Amiigo's early backers will end up with a unpolished version and they'll have train the software AI.
The beautiful thing about creativity at that age is it is brutal and unpolished, and not virtual.From Led Zeppelin to Breaking Bad: The Lamest Generation|Elizabeth Wurtzel|September 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As ignorant and unpolished as he is, do you know, Miss Jenny, that I propose to introduce him to the honour of your acquaintance?The Contrast|Royall Tyler
Their style, we are told, was unpolished and arid in the extreme, while the argument was lucid and impartial.
The chief differences are the handle and a decoration in relief on the unpolished surface.The Ceramic Art|Jennie J. Young
By this means I saw the entire front of the sarcophagus, which appeared to me to be made of unpolished grey marble.Jerusalem Explored, Volume I--Text|Ermete Pierotti
They who come to pray to the holy women for health of body and of heart are unpolished creatures of a primitive belief.King of Camargue|Jean Aicard