Inexperienced [adjective]

Definition of Inexperienced:

unskilled, unfamiliar

Opposite/Antonyms of Inexperienced:

Sentence/Example of Inexperienced:

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The Old Man of Hoy is a 450-foot rectangular sea stack off the coast of Scotland, an iconic structure that, to the inexperienced eye, looks like it would be extremely weird to climb.

Atlanta ranked in the bottom five in offensive and defensive efficiency, in large part because Young’s supporting cast was raw and inexperienced.

Since Johnson was an utterly inexperienced speaker, I got some of the boys to write two master speeches for him — one for the farmers of his district and the other for the industrial areas.

It’s also pretty well established that inexperienced runners get more efficient over time, simply through the act of running over and over again.

It is to be feared that like the sauce of sauces in the hands of the inexperienced cook, the result is more than doubtful.

I am so young and inexperienced, and so ignorant of agricultural matters, I should make a poor farmer.

Still, he seemed to me a clever, and even a remarkable man, however inexperienced as a soldier.

Some care, however, is necessary in applying this test, as in the hands of inexperienced persons it is sometimes fallacious.

An inexperienced model—and sometimes even a trained one—is likely to faint while posing, particularly if the room be close.