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- adjective Poorly or insufficiently educated.
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- adjective poorly or insufficiently educated
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"The argument that nurse anesthetists are undereducated is not supported by the data," said Jamie Eisenberg, president of the New Jersey Association of Nurse Anesthetists Inc., which has about 690 members.
She is inarticulate and undereducated, which is just a nice way of saying she is dumb as a post and completely unqualified to lead a matching band so forget about a state.
I'm sure there is some kind of undereducated logical fallacy I'm committing here, but I still maintain that the choice of Orc or Undead vs.
The British-born environmental entrepreneur called a rural Missouri woman "undereducated," a "dumb redneck" and made rude remarks about her weight.
Janice Dickinson a day after he became the first star ousted from jungle survival show Mulholland Falls star returned home on Friday, after his brief stint on the show's Costa Rican set, than he began ripping into the former supermodel, calling her "undereducated" and
Sorry to be blunt, but does the US really have a shortage of unskilled, undereducated people?
One such dingaling is the woefully undereducated Sarah Palin, who still needs to answer the questions:
Those folks with some amount of common sense, it seems are being trampled by the loons … undereducated, just plain stupid, illogical, angry, goofy, hateful and the list of descriptions goes on and on.
No doubt such people might be misguided and undereducated, but their efforts at political theater are civil disobedience protests of real violations of the Constitution.
Palin is derided because she presents as an undereducated, scantly accomplished and dim person who compounds those traits with disdain of knowledge and education — not because she is conservative, Republican or a candidate.