from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Not educated.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Not educated; illiterate.
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- adjective not having a good education
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How many times does one not feel checked, when on the point of lending a book to what we call uneducated persons, by wondering what earthly texture of misapprehension and blanks they will weave out of its allusions and suggestions?
And to further call people voting for Hillary "uneducated" is mindless.
Red states lead the nation in uneducated, uninsured unemployed and obesity.
If I am insane you are uninformed-uneducated is probably a more apt description of your being.
If I am insane you are uninformed-uneducated is probably a more apt description of yourbeing.
And for those who repeat the lie that it is only lazy welfare recipients who want the publuic option, I say they are misinformed, or just plain uneducated about the truth.
The reason they want to keep the unwashed masses uneducated is just that.
Another boy was shown sobbing about the dim fate that awaited his younger sister, who had been pulled out of elementary school to save money and would remain uneducated like their parents.
The cool thing about lotteries being for the uneducated is that there is finally a government program designed for Ben!
A fatarsed, draft-dodgin ', uneducated, three time loser who's never had a real job in his life and possibly bats for the other side!