Definitions and Examples of uncultured, unsophisticated
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Lacking knowledge, refinement, or sophistication in cultural matters.
He was considered uncultured because he had never visited an art museum.
Lacking experience, knowledge, or refinement in cultural or worldly matters.
Her rural upbringing made her feel unsophisticated when she moved to the city.
Key Differences: uncultured vs unsophisticated
- 1Uncultured implies a lack of knowledge or exposure to cultural matters.
- 2Unsophisticated implies a lack of experience or refinement in cultural or worldly matters.
Effective Usage of uncultured, unsophisticated
- 1Describing People: Use uncultured or unsophisticated to describe someone who lacks knowledge or refinement in cultural matters.
- 2Discussing Art: Use uncultured to describe someone who has not been exposed to or does not appreciate art.
- 3Comparing Cultures: Use cultural and its antonyms to compare and contrast different cultures.
The antonyms of cultural are uncultured and unsophisticated. Uncultured implies a lack of knowledge or exposure to cultural matters, while unsophisticated implies a lack of experience or refinement in cultural or worldly matters. Use these words to describe people, discuss art, and compare cultures.