unpolished

polished

[pol-isht]
adjective
1.
made smooth and glossy: a figurine of polished mahogany.
2.
naturally smooth and glossy: polished pebbles on the beach.
3.
refined, cultured, or elegant: a polished manner.
4.
flawless; skillful; excellent: a polished conversationalist.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English polist. See polish, -ed2

unpolished, adjective
well-polished, adjective
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polished (ˈpɒlɪʃt)
 
adj
1.  accomplished: a polished actor
2.  impeccably or professionally done: a polished performance
3.  (of rice) having had the outer husk removed by milling

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unpolished
1382, from un- (1) "not" + pp. of polish (v.). In ref. to style, language, etc., attested from c.1489.
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