One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘It sounds so unrealistically, unsophisticatedly direct - so lacking in politesse and not something that is actually done in the real world.’
- ‘They show how unsophisticatedly children of this age understand history, how fantasy and reality intermingle in their imaginations.’
- ‘The voices were unsophisticatedly recorded with the sole backing of their own violões and a metronome, and the arrangements were added later in the studio.’
- ‘Do such clergy think their people are somehow unsophisticatedly simple and not up to it musically?’
- ‘Similar to poker, one can play backgammon for money simply, unsophisticatedly just by tossing the dice and moving the checkers on the board.’
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