Synonyms and Antonyms of dilettantish
lacking or showing a lack of expert skill independently wealthy, she can afford to pursue a resolutely dilettantish interest in sculpture Synonyms of dilettantish amateur, dilettante, amateurish, inexperienced, inexpert, jackleg, nonprofessional, unprofessional, unskilled, unskillfulWords Related to dilettantish curbstone, self-taught, uninitiated, unprepared, unqualified, unschooled, untaught, untrained, untutored; awkward, clumsy, ham-fisted, ham-handed, heavy-handed; crude, defective, faulty, flawed, primitive, unfinished, unpolished; beginning, entry-level, fresh, green, new, raw, unseasoned, untested, untried, would-be; incapable, incompetent, talentless, unable, unfit, ungifted, untalentedNear Antonyms of dilettantish able, accomplished, capable, competent, dexterous (also dextrous), gifted, habile, handsome, proficient, skilled, skillful, talented; experienced, practiced (also practised), seasoned, veteran; educated, fitted, initiated, knowledgeable, prepared, qualified, schooled, taught, trained, tutored, versed; all-around (also all-round), ambidextrous, versatile, well-rounded; finished, polished, slickAntonyms of dilettantish ace, adept, consummate, crackerjack, expert, master, masterful, masterly, professional, virtuosic, virtuoso
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