inexpert inexpert


  • (adj) lacking professional skill or expertise



  1. Others, like the natty dresser and the inexpert huckster, emerged from the crowd that had loitered about the plant during the morning.
  2. Once the plot kicks in, though, the music becomes westernized and, to these inexpert ears, neither daring in form nor instantly appealing in tune.
  3. What all these students have found is a school that may or may not have been right for the inexpert experts but was precisely right for each of them.


  1. "North Korea's inexpert and ineffective ballistic missile launch proves this," Slutsky said.
    on May 30, 2007 By: Leonid Slutsky Source: United Press International

  2. Asked what he made of criticisms from Prof Denis Mollison, independent statistical adviser to the ISG, that his report was "unbalanced and inexpert" Sir David said this was "mudslinging" which "had not gone into the points of disagreement."
    on Oct 24, 2007 By: David Miliband Source:

  3. "I am very worried about the polarisation that has happened in the electoral race. It's very regrettable that an intolerant, radical right that is inexpert in matters of state is taking on a very violent left," said third-placed candidate...
    on Jun 7, 2006 By: Roberto Madrazo Source: New Zealand Herald

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