Inexperience [noun]

Definition of Inexperience:

lack of experience

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Sentence/Example of Inexperience:

It seems likely that this inexperience and inability to play the game properly was what doomed Powell.

A handful of newcomers are still part of the two-deep, so injuries could quickly bring inexperience to the starting unit.

The seventh-round draft pick flashed his potential with a team-high 11 tackles and a huge fourth-quarter sack of Jones, but his inexperience also hurt.

I feel nervous, due to inexperience, but I’m not particularly afraid of the goal.

Moreover, I will admit that I got frightened at my inexperience, and confined my experiments to three or four cavities.

He must pit his trained mind knowledge and power of will against the weak determination and brain of inexperience.

But the youth and inexperience of Riaro excused the enormity of a crime perpetrated under the sanction of the supreme pontiff.

One does not hate a youngster seven years one's junior merely because he is a mass of inexperience and self-sufficiency.

And this indulgent reflection should accompany the mature reader through all such records of boyish inexperience.

Her inexperience and the clumsiness of the boat baffled her.