unexperienced

[ ik-speer-ee-uhnst ]SEE DEFINITION OF unexperienced
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At present, unexperienced and unsuspicious, her dangers may be yours.

He came too young and unexperienced to that throne of usurpation.

You may be able to find some unexperienced people who will believe tales of that kind, but I know better.

Rather undignified, I must say, but perfectly natural for unexperienced girls, I suppose.

Places of the utmost importance have been taken from the most deserving and given to the illiterate, unexperienced or unqualified.

God loveth you better than to leave you masterless, as knowing that youth is rash and unexperienced.

My belief in it is as clear and strong as I can well conceive belief in things invisible and unexperienced to be.

Maida sank back in the carriage startled by an unexperienced emotion.

The attending of the levee of a friend in power seems delightful to the unexperienced; the experienced dreads it.

How shall I learn to guard my unexperienced feet from the thousand snares of the world?

WORD ORIGIN

"having experience; skillful through expereince," 1570s, past participle adjective from experience (v.).

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