untaught

[uhn-tawt]

Origin:
(defs 2, 3) un-1 + taught

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unteach

[uhn-teech]
verb (used with object), untaught, unteaching.
1.
to cause to be forgotten or disbelieved, as by contrary teaching.
2.
to cause to forget or disbelieve something previously taught.

Origin:
1525–35; un-2 + teach

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untaught (ʌnˈtɔːt)
 
adj
1.  without training or education
2.  attained or achieved without instruction

unteach (ʌnˈtiːtʃ)
 
vb , -teaches, -teaching, -taught
to cause to disbelieve (teaching)

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Example sentences
It is better to be unborn than untaught, for ignorance is the root of
  misfortune.
It is better to be unborn than untaught: for ignorance is the root of
  misfortune.
The study also examined the generalization of decoding skills to untaught
  functional and community words.
Accuracy increased first in the skill sorts and then in the untaught target
  sorts.
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