inexperienced person

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Related to inexperienced person: for each person, clumsy person
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.inexperienced person - a person who lacks knowledge of evilinexperienced person - a person who lacks knowledge of evil
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
boy scout - a man who is considered naive
dear, lamb - a sweet innocent mild-mannered person (especially a child)
naif - a naive or inexperienced person
virgin - a person who has never had sex
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These clients can easily be lost if an unfamiliar, inexperienced person fails to deliver to the expected standard.
The appointment of an inexperienced person on a key position has put the process of issuance of drug licences at stake and several licence-seekers complain about the slow pace of work at the particular office.
Owner willing to train inexperienced person with desire to learn.
For me, Sabahi is an unknown and inexperienced person.
If there is any future for an inexperienced person like me as a researcher, I want to keep working towards the development of STAP cells to a level that could be helpful to someone," she said.
Beyond the basics, however, an inexperienced person can soon become overwhelmed.
If a public school hired an uncertified, inexperienced person to administer an elementary school, the hue and cry would be deafening.
Then they went for an inexperienced person in the Championship and English football in Stale Solbakken, who did well at Copenhagen, but if you look at the facts he was sacked by Cologne in the Bundesliga in 2012 with a win ratio of 22 per cent.
I went from an inexperienced person who couldn't tell the difference between a wrist lock and waist lock to learning not only those moves, but also how to wrestle and carry myself," he said.
However, with appropriate preparation and practice, even the most inexperienced person may succeed when providing a public address.
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I personally think that all companies should give the graduate student or inexperienced person a chance if he/she has the relevant paper qualification rather than actual work experience.