inexperience


in·ex·pe·ri·ence

noun \ˌi-nik-ˈspir-ē-ən(t)s\

: lack of experience

Full Definition of INEXPERIENCE

1
:  lack of practical experience
2
:  lack of knowledge of the ways of the world
in·ex·pe·ri·enced \-ən(t)st\ adjective

Examples of INEXPERIENCE

  1. He blames his mistakes on inexperience.

Origin of INEXPERIENCE

Middle French, from Late Latin inexperientia, from Latin in- + experientia experience
First Known Use: 1598

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