inexperienced


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lacking experience and the knowledge gained from it

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lacking practical experience or training

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suggested the very modest and inexperienced agent; "and how much would she need?
At the steepest point of the hill there was a little burial-ground, with a Cross and a new large figure of Our Saviour on it; it was a poor figure in wood, done by some inexperienced rustic carver, but he had studied the figure from the life--his own life, maybe--for it was dreadfully spare and thin.
A sense of catastrophic loneliness overcame my inexperienced soul.
He was an inexperienced hunter and a poor shot, for which he was much bantered by his more adroit comrades.
Now, my dear Tess, if I did not know that you are very much excited, and very inexperienced, I should say that remark was not very complimentary.
Thus the archdeacon, in spite of the excessive austerity of his life, was in bad odor among all pious souls; and there was no devout nose so inexperienced that it could not smell him out to be a magician.
The dressers, often inexperienced or nervous, found her a tower of strength.
Instead of letting her take herself off to some other house, as she offered to do when I married, I was fool enough to ask her to live here still, and direct the affairs of the house for me; because, in the first place, I hoped we should spend the greater part of the year, in town, and in the second place, being so young and inexperienced, I was frightened at the idea of having a houseful of servants to manage, and dinners to order, and parties to entertain, and all the rest of it, and I thought she might assist me with her experience; never dreaming she would prove a usurper, a tyrant, an incubus, a spy, and everything else that's detestable.
He added unfortunately instead to give benefit to the abadgars, real contractors had given work on quota to other inexperienced contractors.
Jones has piled the pressure on to the inexperienced 24-year-old Welsh fly-half, who will be winning his seventh cap in the absence of injured playmakers Dan Biggar and Rhys Priestland.
But fears over the youngsters' suitability to deal with problems at the Stockton jail have been dismissed by a Government minister, who stated: "We were all inexperienced once".
According to reports, millions of rupees worthy elephant near to death while a female elephant had died six months before due to improper care by officials of Capital Development Authority (CDA), Zoo depicting a scary shape by appointing inexperienced officials.
They were inexperienced, which is being put forward as an excuse, although Cracksman had gone round Epsom before and, other than Permian, all the horses in the field were all pretty inexperienced.
During the 2014 election, inexperienced voters particularly benefitted from the use of FVAP resources; their likelihood to return ballots increased by nearly 50 percent.
Agencies faced with these issues usually have to choose between hiring someone who already has the knowledge and experience to quickly move in and take over the duties, or hiring an inexperienced person and providing them with the necessary training to allow them to function well in their position.