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Synonyms for unversed

lacking experience and the knowledge gained from it

Synonyms for unversed

not having had extensive practice

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Chanda Kochhar, MD & CEO, ICICI Bank said: The idea of Fino sprouted in ICICI Bank with the objective of addressing the gap in the banking system in terms of serving unversed individuals.
Chanda Kochhar, MD & CEO, ICICI Bank, said, 'The idea of Fino sprouted in ICICI Bank with the objective of addressing the gap in the banking system in terms of serving unversed individuals.
It turns out this is an entire field of expertise for which I am unversed.
For the unversed, "sneakerhead" is a term used to describe enthusiasts who are devoted in the practice of collecting and/or reselling of sneakers.
For me, as one unversed in this rich tradition, it was a bit like looking at a Chagall painting: brilliant and jeweled, but the deeper context may be out of my grasp.
And on subjects about which they feel less than fully informed, they don't speak at all, whereas men who are equally unversed express their opinions without hesitation.
Such tradition can weigh heavily on young shoulders unversed in these occasions - precisely what Liverpool are, with seven of their side making debuts in the competition.
The great grandson of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and the grandson of Indira Gandhi cannot be either a dumbo or unversed in the political machinations of his grandmother's days but what I saw in him today was clearly the son of Rajiv Gandhi - serious in intent, honest in purpose even if the dream was utopian and really not so easily achievable.
The ensuing aesthetic was not something imposed by an outsider unversed in glass, however, since from the first the architect dedicated himself to researching its past and experimenting with its future.
To be unblemished after 13 starts immediately informs the unversed that here is something out of the ordinary.
He might be the best at squeezing profits out of a dying economy, but when it comes to the business of government, he is dangerously unversed in the principles or the art of governing.
Although the illustrations (unseen) will likely help to clarify, a glossary of horse/riding-related terms would be helpful to those unversed in the subject.
Now, for those unversed in the ways of hog hunting, you need to know the strengths and weaknesses of your quarry.
The hair-tearing, red-faced "liberals" who didn't see it coming are clearly unversed in the vicissitudes of revolutions.
With Port Indigo's unique and patent-pending technology, even the unversed mobile user will be able to use advanced features of their mobile phone and access a wide variety of content and services.