inexpert


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Synonyms for inexpert

Synonyms for inexpert

lacking the qualities, as efficiency or skill, required to produce desired results

lacking experience and the knowledge gained from it

Synonyms for inexpert

lacking professional skill or expertise

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Besides the inexpert witnesses already noted, chapter 16 recounts Barry Fell's 1974 interpretation of symbols found in a cave on west Irian Jaya in 1938.
Recalling his first film, Pasolini addresses his inexpert use of what he sees as cinema's technical simplicity:
They supposedly know the place inside out: The infamous, the very well known attractions, and those hidden from inexpert eyes.
Keen to keep a low profile after passing on such inexpert advice, I found a quiet old bench on which to eat my scampi and chips next to a quiet old Yorkshireman.
The extension of the franchise in this utopian community is considered an unnatural task of allowing "the inexpert to rule the expert" (Benson 1911:30).
Thankfully, the inexpert application wasn't noticed in the dim lighting.
At first glance, the inexpert eye may be fooled into thinking that these aren't photos at all but hyper-realistic paintings -- an impression dispelled by the veins, body hair and slight skin imperfections that emerge from closer examination of the forms.
Inexpert fruit handling can cause crop losses of up to 10 percent, which reduces the shelf-life, vigor during transport, and visual appearance of the fruit, as well as the farmers' income.
Yet to my inexpert eye, everyone's attire looked extremely impressive, like something out of My Fair Lady.
Loudspeaker cop warns bad drivers IN half-an-hour during peak lunchtime traffic at the crossing of Linthorpe Road and Southfield Road, the police witnessed scores of examples of inexpert or careless driving and cycling.
So perhaps it's time that some 'normal' folk got a chance to run their inexpert eye over the so-called best books on the shelves.
Inexpert wielding of the tools, unfamiliarity with the tools inhibits their effective application.
Although nothing in Graham's hands is actually inexpert, we're invited to play along with the notion of the artist as talented dilettante.
But a failure to respect expertise will cause inexpert changes to be made to both implementation and to any existing unit tests.
To my admittedly inexpert and fallible eye, this one looks too good to be by anyone else.