Definition of inexperienced:
unseasoned, new, uninitiate, unfledged, uninformed, inefficient, undeveloped, raw, wet behind the ears, unsophisticated, ability, unhabituated, virgin, unlicensed, unaccustomed, unpracticed, unversed, naive, untrained, tender, untested, tenderfoot, ignorant, unacquainted, chaste, inexpert, uninitiated, callow, fledgling, beardless, naif, inexperient, untutored, immature, unversed, undisciplined, unadapted, soft, untried, innocent, verdant, unpractised, unschooled, apprentice, inexpert.
- amateur (part of speech: adjective)
- young (part of speech: adjective)
The senator's son loved her- of that she was sure, for no one else had ever looked into her eyes with such deep delight, or such tender affection; and he was no inexperienced boy, but a right earnest man, whose busy and useful life now appeared to her in a quite different light to that in which she had seen it formerly.- "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
Felix, inexperienced, and strongly sensible of his office as guardian of his sister's dignity, would not hint at the result of his investigations into Wilmet's sentiments; and it was to Geraldine that Captain Harewood's attentions were chiefly paid.- "The Pillars of the House, V1", Charlotte M. Yonge.
- "Ethan Frome", Edith Wharton.