untutored

[uhn-too-terd, -tyoo-]
adjective
1.
not tutored; untaught; uninstructed.
2.
naive, ignorant, or unsophisticated.

Origin:
1585–95; un-1 + tutor + -ed2

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untutored (ʌnˈtjuːtəd)
 
adj
1.  without formal instruction or education
2.  lacking sophistication or refinement

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Example sentences
Yet perhaps the capacity is not diminished, but merely untutored.
Or as the untutored might call it the original source.
Her stiff, untutored acting was additionally intriguing.
But, in their then untutored and savage state, no one would have thought of admitting them as citizens in a civilized community.
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