inexperience

[ in-ik-speer-ee-uh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF inexperience

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INEXPERIENCE

This was still an obscure question, to which, in her inexperience, she found no answer.

"That's just because he's part Indian," Evadna declared, with the positiveness of youth and inexperience.

Inexperience is a perpetual feeder of the springs of romance.

"Inexperience," repeated Margaret, in serious yet buoyant tones.

All the lives which we desire are pleasant; the choice of any others is due to inexperience.

And you assured me that I spoke out of the fullness of my ignorance and inexperience.

These were the only contingencies that his inexperience could imagine.

And again he was alone with the situation he had created in the hardihood and inexperience of his heart.

I knew it at the time, and yet, in my inexperience, I could not decide on anything.

I never thought to have seen the like, and in my inexperience it was like a shock to me.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INEXPERIENCE

innocence

nounharmlessness, naiveté
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