Synonyms and related words:
Gothic, Philistine, barbarous, bookless, deceived, functionally illiterate, grammarless, heathen, hoodwinked, ill-educated, illiterate, led astray, lowbrow, misadvised, misdirected, misguided, misinstructed, misled, mistaught, nonintellectual, pagan, rude, unbooked, unbookish, unbooklearned, unbriefed, uncultivated, uncultured, unedified, uneducated, unerudite, unguided, uninstructed, unintellectual, unlearned, unlettered, unliterary, unread, unrefined, unscholarly, unschooled, unstudious, untaught, untutored

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