callowness callowness


  • (n) lacking and evidencing lack of experience of life



  1. In a country where government-controlled companies comprise the industrial base, piracy is not derived from commercial callownessit appears to be official policy.
  2. Fast disappearing, like Hollywood's old mask, are other symbols of the city's callowness.
  3. When they work in unison they emphasize the callowness of such tentative sexual probes as Carnal Knowledge or Husbarids.
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