amateurish

[ am-uh-choo r-ish, -chur-, -tyoo r-, -tur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF amateurish

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She felt that he despised them as amateurish, and secretly resented it.

Workmanship was entirely by hand, slow, amateurish, and unreliable.

Her dancing could only be amateurish at its best, for where could she possibly have learned to dance?

"That's only amateurish and besides reprehensible," said the Tennessee Shad.

It was crude and amateurish; but it was written to you and about you, so I did the best I could.

The whole thing was faulty, mawkish, amateurish, and futile.

Like a great artist he was rather above futile and amateurish efforts.

It was a jerky, clicking, amateurish sort of noise, but it was unmistakable.

She had deemed it only one of his many clever, amateurish accomplishments.

This business of eloping—oh, it was so ludicrous, so amateurish!

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