lacking practical experience or training
Not experienced; lacking knowledge or experience; green.
not having experience unskilled
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Not having experience; unskilled; as, an inexperienced general.
The numerical value of inexperienced in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of inexperienced in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
We've spent eight years with a young, inexperienced United States senator. Economically, militarily and foreign policy-wise, we're paying a heavy price, they didn't hand me a manual to say, 'Here's how you deal with a space shuttle disintegrating in your state,'.
Destiny 6, so what you have is an inexperienced maintenance group that has to support a high tempo of flight hours, and it has a wear and tear on the force.
No other presidential candidate has been in ISIS magazine -- they know who I am and I know who they are, do we need another young, inexperienced president to come into office at a time when the world is on fire? ... Commander-in-chief is not an entry-level position.
Unless pros stake a lot of money on these contests, the contest prizes will be too low to draw users, it is necessary to attract large numbers of inexperienced players, sometimes known as fish, to feed those sharks.
5-Star is evolving from a 'movement', made up of followers of a charismatic leader into a 'party' with an organization and an internal structure, rome will be a fundamental test if its mayor is elected, because it offers the chance to disprove the theory that it is too inexperienced to govern.
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- inexpertCatalan, Valencian
- חסר ניסיוןHebrew
- ihupiro, ihupukuMāori
- неопытный, неискушённыйRussian
- неискусан, neiskusanSerbo-Croatian
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