uneducated

[uhn-ej-oo-key-tid, -ed-yoo-]
adjective
not educated.

Origin:
1580–90; un-1 + educated


untutored, unschooled, untaught, uninstructed, unenlightened, uninformed, uncultivated. See ignorant.
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uneducated (ʌnˈɛdjʊˌkeɪtɪd)
 
adj
not having been educated to a good standard: poor uneducated people

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uneducated
1588, from un- (1) "not" + pp. of educate.
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Example sentences
So what you see is the footage chosen by people who have uneducated
  understanding of the fights.
Unfortunately, uneducated people get pets for the wrong reason.
These high-frequency players tend to be poor and uneducated, which is why
  critics refer to lotteries as a regressive tax.
Uneducated but quick to learn, he devoured ideas and philosophies through his
  friends who had read and absorbed them.
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