inexpertly


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in·ex·pert

 (ĭn-ĕk′spûrt′, ĭn′ĭk-spûrt′)
adj.
Not expert; unskilled.

in·ex′pert′ly adv.
in·ex′pert′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.inexpertly - in a crude and unskilled mannerinexpertly - in a crude and unskilled manner; "an inexpertly constructed lean-to"
Translations
بِعَدَم خِبْرَه
neodborně
nem hozzáértő módon
klaufalega
neodborne

inexpertly

[ɪnˈekspɜːtlɪ] ADVcon poca habilidad or pericia

inexpertly

inexpertly

[ɪnˈɛkspɜːtlɪ] advin modo poco esperto

inexpert

(inˈekspəːt) adjective
unskilled or clumsy. inexpert attempts at dressmaking.
inˈexpertly adverb
References in classic literature ?
Pocket acted on the advice, and inexpertly danced the infant a little in her lap, while the other children played about it.
Early local ethnographic accounts are often thin or inexpertly compiled and sometimes almost completely absent.
In the firm's opinion, the time spent reviewing inexpertly entered input would be longer than the one hour or less spent with clients preparing their whole tax returns, at least for now.
Plans taken on through personal relationships may have been inexpertly run by another acquaintance or a relative of the plan sponsor.
Indeed, even the audio has been inexpertly transferred to the digital format and many higher frequencies (e.
Thus, without notional or practical alternatives in either the academic or policy worlds, liberating state-controlled media in Eastern Europe via privatization was the only means to allow media to attempt to provide its role (however inexpertly at first).
In loud, vibrant colors, we see unusual tattoos, inexpertly dyed hair, pockmarked skin, and pancaked foundation on young and no longer young faces.
Indeed, I don't know why the newspapers waste so much money on this very inexact science, so inexpertly conducted.
I dine enthusiastically but inexpertly, and usually do so in company and somewhat exuberantly (so, were I he, my cover would have been blown long since).