Untrained

Antonyms of UNTRAINED

Examples of usage:

  1. One was speaking, and even Royson's untrained ear recognized the measured cadence of the story- teller. "The Wheel O' Fortune" by Louis Tracy
  2. And when these gentlemen receive a fresh, untrained voice, their first care is to split it up into three distinct parts which they call registers, and for the arrangement of which they lay down three distinct sets of rules. "Memoirs of an American Prima Donna" by Clara Louise Kellogg
  3. The sage, the prophet, the genius- above all, the untrained genius- is rather inclined to carry to extremes the generous and heroic tendencies of the clan or epoch to which he belongs. "The Buried Temple" by Maurice Maeterlinck
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