uninitiated

[ verb ih-nish-ee-eyt; adjective, noun ih-nish-ee-it, -eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF uninitiated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNINITIATED

He does not make it quite plain to the uninitiated as to how this is to be done.

It is difficult for the uninitiated to arrive at the esoteric meaning of these writings.

It was bone-black, which cannot be told from lamp-black or soot by the uninitiated.

There was no greater crime than the "betrayal" of secrets to the uninitiated.

The future is veiled and sealed to the uninitiated; it is unsealed in initiation.

To begin with, to the uninitiated he is wholly unintelligible.

Such figures, uncertified, would challenge the credulity of the uninitiated.

These verses have been taken by the uninitiated in their literal sense.

The uninitiated would have backed the riders to win, but Stannard backed the runner.

Now, to the uninitiated, this was the only moment of danger in that bloodless fight.

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