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.
The Big Three accusations, when it comes to getting a telecommunications manager's decision overturned, are: "Your RFP was inexpertly prepared," "Your evaluation of our proposal was not thorough," and "Your evaluation of our proposal was not objective.
The council should be praised, not vilified, for being an early exemplar of safe renewable energy albeit inexpertly in this instance.
It has to be breakfast in bed preferably cooked inexpertly by a child with a lot of love.
And over the haunts of Robert Pinsky's mother and father And wife and children and his sweet self Which he hereby unwillingly and inexpertly gives up, because it is There, figured and pre-figured in the nothing- transfiguring wheel.
She was rendered speechless to discover that this involved a customised Hallowe'en cape ripped down the middle to look a bit like a Hogwart's gown, a tie in the wrong colours, a stained, white, work shirt that I discarded long ago and a paper badge inexpertly stitched to a lapel.
THE sight of a Suzuki Liana being thrashed, often very inexpertly, round a track is the highlight of Sunday night television for many And it's easy to see why the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car segment on Top Gear is compulsive viewing.
The waiter inexpertly poured and dribbled the wine, purpling the cloth in what became the initial stages of a piece of wine graffiti.
He thinks the memories of heroes killed abroad have left little room for tales from the bomb disposal squads who mopped up the mess of the country's inexpertly laid mines.
Having scrabbled around to raise an opening bid of 10,000 on some yak who looks like two planks inexpertly nailed together, the man on the rostrum will say, "Thank you sir, I hope you get him".
That force, in its turn, inadequately trained and inexpertly led, suffered horrendous casualties and came very near to complete collapse before America was drawn into the conflict.
In fact, as the subsequent inquiry surmised (a difficult inquiry, given that all the evidence had been blown sky high) that the composition exploder from a 1,000-ton bomb had been inexpertly removed, triggering a subterranean chain-reaction.