wet behind the ears : Idioms in English

wet behind the ears

Young, innocent, or new to something
Usage:
Hannah wanted to go on the more advanced trails, but she knew she was still wet behind the ears when it came to hiking.

wet behind the ears in News

  • Prince Amukamara shooting to be best corner in the league

    Giants defensive back Terrell Thomas says that his teammate Prince Amukamara is “still a little wet behind the ears mentally” entering his third NFL season. That’s not a reference to Amukamara’s infamous trip into the cold tub at Giants training camp last season, but Thomas’ way of explaining why he and cornerback Corey Webster are…
    on June 14, 2013 Source: NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk

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