inexpert

[ in-eks-purt, in-ik-spurt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inexpert

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INEXPERT

"I am as inexpert with the gun as the rod," said I, diffidently.

Most of the new hands were inexpert and much given to drink.

Now observe the result of this inexpert deflection of yours.

How could she, inexpert, foresee what was mockingly obvious to hindsight?

As to use there is the distinction of inexpert and expert control.

Rose, inexpert though she was, soothed her lover with all the melodies he desired.

The "fly in amber" has ceased to be a puzzle even to the inexpert.

With inexpert fingers, she set the combination and pulled back the door.

Do they imagine at home that I am so inexpert in the theory of drama as not to know this?

The waste of British horses due to inexpert Horsemastership.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INEXPERT

lay

adjectiveamateur, not trained in a religious or other profession
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