In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- She is enchanting but unlettered, wild and rough.
- A number of the interpretations are fairly literal, which suggests the perspective of an unlettered audience.
- It seems common to consider the MFDP as a group of uneducated farmers or unlettered peasants, yet it was this party and these people who put their lives on the line in one of the most courageous acts of African political expression.
- These units thus provided a continuous process of turning unlettered barbarians into literate Roman citizens.
- They come from all walks of life, all nations, rich and poor, educated and unlettered, religious and secular, respectable and underworld.
- ‘No ego here and hence no opinion,’ claimed Muthal, the unlettered president.
- He described himself as ‘unskilled in every way, an unlettered exile’.
- At the tea break I asked the prosecutor whether he could not but admire the fluency with which an apparently unlettered man was conducting his own defence.
- Those confronting the Raj here were poor, unlettered peasants.
- But on the whole, this is a great book to give to your colleagues in the humanities who think that anyone who does mathematics must be an unlettered philistine.
- He's an unlettered, un-bookish ignoramus, remember?
- The participants in these protests were unlettered peasants and tribals, and we know far more of their deeds than their words.
- Your mention of scribes writing down whatever unlettered men have dictated does not prove anything; he did not dictate whilst others sat writing!
- A red-haired Cuban refugee used to take offense at nearly everything I uttered, finding me unrefined, unlettered, vulgar, and a bore.
- He was handsome, unlettered, and an excellent horseman.
- And his unlettered parents and uncle also ‘supported my younger sister Madhavi’.
- Indeed, he maintained, ‘an unlettered man with God's grace can do more for the building up of the church than many graduates’.
- They of course demeaned themselves by demonstrating on the lawn outside the council room like a mob of unlettered students.
- The immediate postwar era witnessed the proliferation of black community-based organizations, often led by unlettered men and women.
- He was just as interested in its corrosive effect on those who claimed to bring civilization to the unlettered heathen.
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