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unstudied

[ uhn-stuhd-eed ]

adjective

  1. not studied; study; not premeditated or labored; natural; unaffected.
  2. not having studied; study; not possessing knowledge in a specific field; unversed:

    He is unstudied in law.



unstudied

/ ʌnˈstʌdɪd /

adjective

  1. natural; unaffected
  2. foll by in without knowledge or training


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Word History and Origins

Origin of unstudied1

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; un- 1, studied
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Example Sentences

What happens next with these clouds has been largely unstudied.

What makes the unauthorized removal of unstudied papyri or other unpublished documents from libraries so devastating is the impact that it has on our knowledge of the past.

It’s less risky for the thief but “it’s the unpublished and unstudied pieces that have the most to teach us.”

Then his mother-wit came out, his lively humour and practical common sense—all unstudied and natural.

Sometimes Sara Lee reminded him of her—the upraising of her eyes or an unstudied gesture.

Something in this simple lament—it sounded natural and perfectly unstudied—seemed straightway to make a great impression on her.

Mrs. Neuchatel was greatly taken by his appearance, by the calmness of his mien, his unstudied politeness, and his measured voice.

The antiquities of savage races, moreover, have as yet been almost wholly unstudied.

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