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unstudied

[uhn-stuhd-eed] /ʌnˈstʌd id/
adjective
1.
not studied; not premeditated or labored; natural; unaffected.
2.
not having studied; not possessing knowledge in a specific field; unversed:
He is unstudied in law.
Origin
1350-1400
1350-1400; Middle English; see un-1, studied
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  • The ability might also be tied to disease susceptibility or other unknown and unstudied issues.
  • Until now the fossils had remained relatively unstudied.
  • Consequently, loose sentences of the type first quoted are common in easy, unstudied writing.
  • Careful observers of the art of writing will see how much shrewd skill there is in the apparently unstudied manner.
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  • The allure of wine for mosquitoes remains, unfortunately, unstudied.
  • In the first couple years, she gave a flat performance that was cute on its own, because it was so unstudied.
  • The flora and fauna of the reserve are almost completely unstudied.
  • Rare species continue to be found as unstudied areas are surveyed.
  • Most other invertebrate groups remain largely unstudied.
British Dictionary definitions for unstudied

unstudied

/ʌnˈstʌdɪd/
adjective
1.
natural; unaffected
2.
(foll by in) without knowledge or training
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