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uncultured Line breaks: un|cul¦tured
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈkʌltʃəd/

Definition of uncultured in English:

adjective

Not characterized by good taste, manners, or education: to my uncultured palate most of the wines were good
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  • My poor uncultured lady will have to get used to travelling quite a bit.
  • He murmured, slipping into the uncultured speech of the poorer class as he comforted the man in his arms.
  • They are laughably rude and uncultured, of course; this hardly constitutes a sharp observation.

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