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- adj. Not experienced
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not experienced; being without experience; inexperienced.
- adj. Untried; -- applied to things.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Untried; not yet known from experience; also, exhibiting inexperience: applied to things.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
When the weather becomes cold, the swallows in the neighbourhood assemble in large flocks; that is, the unexperienced attend those that have before experienced the journey they are about to undertake: they are then seen some time to hover on the coast, till there is calm whether, or a wind, that suits the direction of their flight.
I suspect "Jacko" had a childhood "unexperienced" - as well as other issues.
So "unexperienced" is positive for Palin (who must be able to function as President) but negative for Obama?
However I didn't understand some of the words so it may be a little difficult for "unexperienced" readers.
Keep up the good work at the stupidity hotline, Charlie (or, like Bruce, did you find a reference for "unexperienced" somewhere on Youtube?):
Despite my given title, I am neither "unexperienced" (sic) nor a "lover"
"unexperienced" (yes, hurry back and edit your illiterate post), so please go on demonstrating all your education and experience, as clearly the president has nothing on a genius like you!
You have to let unexperienced anglers know what the deal is!!!!!!!!!
Astonishment is of all other passions the easiest raised in raw and unexperienced mankind.
Using a combination of thorough interview and statistical analysis, Gerbka and his team compiled a listing of 100 things or activities that would be far better left undone or unexperienced -- than experiencing or accomplishing them late.