What is the opposite of cultivated?

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Adjective
Opposite of elegant and cultured in appearance, manner, or taste
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Opposite of graceful and stylish in appearance or manner
“Cal snorted in an extremely unladylike and inelegant way before she spoke to her girlfriend.”
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Opposite of having or showing great knowledge or learning
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Opposite of having or showing a rational, modern, and well-informed outlook
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Opposite of having or showing refined taste or good judgement
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Opposite of of keen insight or good judgement
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Opposite of familiar with and at ease in many different countries and cultures
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Opposite of possessing a highly developed intellect
“Brian was made to look like a stupid person in school by a boy named Erwin, who seemed to know everything.”
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Opposite of having or showing fine personal qualities or high moral principles
“These evil deeds are the acts of a dishonest and immoral human being.”
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Opposite of ripened
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Opposite of having or revealing natural creative skill
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Opposite of of or denoting a style of writing or speaking characterized by more elaborate or technical grammatical structures
“The word is perceived as colloquial in nature, inappropriate for formal conversation.”
Verb
Opposite of to have acquired something, usually over a period of time
“I lost my appreciation for spices after being away from India for several years.”
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Opposite of to have been creative or imaginative
“Lacking any creativity, he merely imitated the works of other artists around him.”
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(led to) Opposite of to have culminated or resulted in a particular event or consequence
“Eating the right foods and getting enough exercise prevented me from gaining weight.”
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Opposite of past tense for to break up (soil) in preparation for sowing or planting
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(of a quality or skill) Opposite of past tense for to become better at
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(of a quality of skill) Opposite of past tense for to foster the growth or development of
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Opposite of past tense for to try to win the friendship or favor of (someone)
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