- a not by design or artifice; unforced and impromptu
an air of unstudied spontaneous utterance is apt to be painstakingly achieved
simple unstudied charm
- s lacking knowledge gained by study often in a particular field
is unstudied in Latin as he is in may other matters
- His quest led Van Roosmalen into a previously unstudied region of the Amazon, bursting with biodiversity.
- His "Cap'n" and "Gin'ral" were likely to pass his lips with a grin -- were charged always with easy, unstudied familiarity.
- Says Scholar Wolfson: "It is wonderful to start with an original text, an unstudied text, and to realize that there is nothing between you and this text.
News & Articles
- Hearing Loss Associated With Hospitalization, Poorer Self-Reported Health
Hearing loss (HL) is a chronic condition that affects nearly 2 of every 3 adults aged 70 years or older in the United States. Hearing loss has broader implications for older adults, being independently associated with poorer cognitive and physical functioning. The association of HL with other health economic outcomes, such as health care use, is unstudied.
June 11, 2013 - Newswise
- Hashemi Rafsanjani in Tehran Times
Rafsanjani said the moves toward cutting subsidies has reached an 'operational stage' and due care should be exercised so that a "sudden and unstudied cutting (of subsidies) will not lead to bleeding and destroy this important plan.
- Michael Kors in TIME
His unstudied sense of style is a constant touchstone when I design my men's collections each season,says Michael Kors. "He ushered in a whole new era of style-a convergence of Old World elegance and casual modernity."