American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Lack of experience.
- n. Lack of the knowledge gained from experience.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Want of experience, or of knowledge gained by experience: as, the inexperience of youth.
- n. A lack of experience
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Absence or lack of experience; lack of personal and experimental knowledge.
- n. lack of experience and the knowledge and understanding derived from experience
- From French inexpérience, from Late Latin inexperientia. (Wiktionary)
“An executive summary of the report, released on Wednesday, repeatedly emphasized what it described as the inexperience, confusion and limited expertise of staff assigned to at least six investigations involving Madoff since 1992.”
“Obama 's lack of leadership and inexperience is going to ruin this once so proud and beautiful country.”
“His inexperience is showing and it will get worse.”
“Obama had not done a lot prior to becoming President but his supposed leadership and inexperience is going to unfortunately set the country back decades.”
“June 29th, 2009 10: 19 am ET your inexperience is really starting to surface Obama!!”
“His inexperience is not what the country needs right now and the economy, unemployment and his foriegn policy of sucking up to our enemies and insulting our friends is not much help either.”
“Obama's inexperience is shining through, terrorist will quickly see this ridiculous move; does he not know that historically they are watching for this. 911 just after Clinton leaves and Bush arrives, we get hit 9 months into his presidency, now Obama weakens our resolve and is playing political games while the economy swirls in the bowl, WHAT ARE YOU DOING AND WHAT ARE YOU THINKING.”
“Call it race, call it inexperience, call it empty rhetoric, call it whatever you want.”
“Obama's inexperience is evident everyday on the campaign trail.”
“The more Obama talks the more his inexperience is revealed.”
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