Inexperience


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Inexperience

See also Innocence, Naïveté.
Bowes, Major Edward
(1874–1946) originator and master of ceremonies of the Amateur Hour on radio. [Am. Radio: Buxton, 149–150]
Gong Show, The
variety show in which beginners try to prove their abilities. [TV: Misc.]
greenhorn
a raw, inexperienced person; especially a new cowboy. [Pop. Culture: Misc.]
Mack, Ted
(1904–1976) host of a television show starring amateurs. [TV: “Ted Mack and the Original Amateur Hour” in Terrace, II, 347]
Newcome, Johnny
any unpracticed youth, especially new military officers. [Br. Folklore: Wheeler, 258]
plebe
(plebeian) first or lowest class, especially at U.S. Military and Naval Academies. [Pop. Culture: Misc.]
rookie
a novice; often an athlete playing his first season as a member of a professional sports team. [Sports: Misc.]
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Their inexperience means they have less ability to spot hazards, and their youth means they are particularly likely to take risks.
We can't use the inexperience as an excuse now, with the experiences we've had as a side -we need to go that one step further," Walcott declared.
Southwell is not a place for inexperience and I am expecting a much better run from the well-bred three-year-old, and the switch to Polytrack is no bad thing.
When he went into the melee, his inexperience caught him out, as their experienced players dragged him into it.
chalk up 1 : to attribute to a supposed cause or source <Her mistakes can be chalked up to inexperience.
The court held, "The defendants established their prima facie entitlement to summary judgment by showing that the plaintiff, as a licensed operator of a motor vehicle, by accompanying the defendant Vega, an unlicensed driver, assumed the risk of the defendant Vegas inexperience, and therefore cannot recover money damages for injuries that were caused by the such inexperience or lack of skill.
We wanted to do something nobody thought we could do, but the inexperience hurt us.
Two high school seniors, good students, fall in love; but shyness and sexual inexperience dominate their relationship.
Unsatisfactory answers to these questions could indicate inexperience at the bench and a disorganized maintenance process that is prone to mistakes.
Inexperience on both sides and the South's failure to act as a whole turned what could have been a victory into a retreat, and consigned Confederate General Braxton Bragg to be forever remembered as mediocre.
Henry Candy had evidently lined up Bold Act for a gamble first-time-out at Nottingham as the gelding was very well-backed on his debut, only to let inexperience get the better of him.