untaught, un-tawt′, adj. not taught, illiterate: not communicated by teaching: ignorant.
Virgins, untaught to love or to dissemble, lifted adoring eyes.
Yes, and barefooted, wild-eyed and untaught, but suffering—and such suffering!
She was wholly absorbed in her study of this unworldly and untaught nature.
His music was untaught, and he himself had made up the strange airs he played.
All my world was with the King; I, who stood alone, was but a woman, young and untaught.
Was it possible that one, untaught and unlettered as he was, could think national freedom cheap at such a cost?
It is arrived at by what Emerson called the "untaught sallies of the spirit."
Do not listen to me; do not hang a chance dearer than life upon the crude reasonings of an untaught woman.
If depending on sight, untaught by experience, he is sure to fail.