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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishuneducatedun‧ed‧u‧cat‧ed /ʌnˈedjəkeɪtɪd $ -dʒə-/ adjective  INTELLIGENT#not educated to the usual level, or showing that someone is not well educated a largely uneducated workforce
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uneducatedAdding to this was the contribution of another participant that it was wrong to view West Belfast people as uneducated.Information technologies were primitive, communication between different locations was slow, and the public work force was relatively uneducated.An uneducated and ignorant man would usually find the Klan right there to take him in and give him a group.I hate the uneducated and the ignorant.And what kind of future will their children -- unattended by doctors and uneducated by the system -- come to expect?uneducated farmworkersThe uneducated or undereducated could find a job.Do you really think the uneducated people they leave behind will be able to keep the artificial environments stable?This may have been a popular superstition, but it was by no means confined to uneducated people.
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