Few things bewilder the uncultured masses more than picking a decent bottle of wine.
Hundreds of men and women were led to change their lives by this rugged, uncultured, but natural preacher.
He may have been an uncultured savage, but he was a man, and very human.
But why should M. Lacheneur give his daughter to an uncultured peasant?
His dress was very plain and poor, his manner was uncultured, his language was ungrammatical.
When he spoke, his voice—and there is no greater tell-tale than the voice—was rough and uncultured.
His was the voice of an uncultured man, but his tone was that of an equal.
Full of wild faculty, fire and light: of wild worth, all uncultured; working out his life-task in the depths of the Desert there.
He was simply an uncultured, ignorant, rough-and-ready, Irish-American backwoodsman.
Then indeed might be seen a refinement and intellect seldom found in persons of her class in those rough and uncultured times.