Even the chefs—the younger, more intriguing ones, at least—seemed to be unschooled, unofficial, improvisational.
Marie Duplessis arrived in Paris a penniless, unschooled young teenager.
These are the leaders of the unschooled thousands counted among the preachers of the gospel.
They are as yet unschooled in international trade, banking and finance.
I had then, for the first time, to witness the enthusiasm of the melancholy temperament—the eloquence of unschooled nature.
unschooled ignorance is his lot and that of his descendants.
Mr. Williams was a man in the middle forties, and seemed colorless and unschooled in comparison with Douglas.
She is unschooled in the ways of the world, and she never will know it as I now do.
It is a means of imparting a knowledge of scientific facts and principles to unschooled minds.
He came of an unschooled, hard-working, God-fearing yeoman race.