amateurs

[ am-uh-choor, -cher, -ter, am-uh-tur ]SEE DEFINITION OF amateurs

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This ratio is phenomenally large, and should not be taken as a guide by amateurs.

He speculated, in fact, on the ignorance and vanity of amateurs.

You imagine that a man like that can be played with, and hoodwinked by amateurs like yourself.

A New York paper isn't fooling around with amateurs, generally.

Those who do are usually apt to be amateurs and are not to be imitated.

We professionals are not to be classed with these extras—and amateurs at that!

"That's what we get for mixing in with amateurs," added her chum.

Who are to earn their living by music and who are to be amateurs?

Amateurs were right: Gamelin had no gifts as an erotic artist.

This is an important point which is frequently overlooked by amateurs.