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Definition of Inexperienced

Inexperienced
Inexperienced In`ex*pe"ri*enced, a. Not having experience unskilled. ``Inexperienced youth.' --Cowper.

Meaning of Inexperienced from wikipedia

- Experience is the process through which conscious organisms perceive the world around them. Experiences can be accompanied by active awareness on the part...
- A grimoire (/ɡrɪmˈwɑːr/ grim-WAHR) (also known as a "book of spells") is a textbook of magic, typically including instructions on how to create magical...
- nub, or n00b is a slang term for a novice or newcomer, or somebody inexperienced in a profession or activity. Contemporary use can particularly refer...
- The inexperienced Spiral Traveller (aus dem Schoß der Hölle ward geboren die Totensonne) (German: "from the Womb of **** was born the Sun of the Dead")...
- high death burden (that indeed have higher IFRs), and/or were done by inexperienced authors who used overtly wrong meta-analysis methods in a situation...
- Greenhorn is a slang for an inexperienced person. It may also refer to: Greenhorn, California, United States Greenhorn Mountain, a mountain in Colorado...
- divided a numerically weaker army in the face of a stronger one, his inexperienced staff misread the military situation, and American troops fled in the...
- A rube is a country bumpkin or an inexperienced, unsophisticated person. Rube is also a nickname, often, but not necessarily of Reuben or Ruben. Rube...
- offering triple-digit interest rates, but is subject to high risk. Inexperienced investors are at particular risk.[further explanation needed] In July...
- role, Haksar was the chief strategist and policy adviser behind his inexperienced prime minister's rise to near-absolute power in the mid-1970s. After...
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