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unversed

(ʌnˈvɜːst)
adj
unversed in not knowledgeable about, acquainted with, or skilled in
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unversed - not having had extensive practiceunversed - not having had extensive practice  
inexperienced, inexperient - lacking practical experience or training

unversed

adjective
Lacking experience and the knowledge gained from it:
Translations

unversed

[ˈʌnˈvɜːst] ADJ unversed inno versado en, poco ducho en

unversed

adj unversed innicht vertraut mit, unbewandert in (+dat)
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A distant village of blacks had furnished her with a mantle of fur and feathers, with copper ornaments, and weapons, for Korak would not permit her to go unarmed, or unversed in the use of the weapons he stole for her.
So, the student of war who is unversed in the art of war of varying his plans, even though he be acquainted with the Five Advantages, will fail to make the best use of his men.
The truth must have been that, all unversed in the arts of the wily Greek, the deceiver of gods, the lover of strange women, the evoker of bloodthirsty shades, I yet longed for the beginning of my own obscure Odyssey, which, as was proper for a modern, should unroll its wonders and terrors beyond the Pillars of Hercules.
Bashti had never seen ice, did not know it existed, and was unversed in the science of refrigeration.
They were indeed excellent in two sciences for which I have great esteem, and wherein I am not unversed; but, at the same time, so abstracted and involved in speculation, that I never met with such disagreeable companions.
Bid a boy defy his father when the pantomime-cab is at the door, or a girl develop a will of her own when her mother is putting the last touches to the first ball-dress, but do not ask an Irish regiment to embark upon mutiny on the eve of a campaign, when it has fraternised with the native regiment that accompanies it, and driven its officers into retirement with ten thousand clamorous questions, and the prisoners dance for joy, and the sick men stand in the open calling down all known diseases on the head of the doctor, who has certified that they are "medically unfit for active service." At even the Mavericks might have been mistaken for mutineers by one so unversed in their natures as Mulcahy.
But what I have chiefly thought has been that they only helped me to admire you." This was not gallantry on Newman's part--an art in which he was quite unversed. It was simply the instinct of the practical man, who had made up his mind what he wanted, and was now beginning to take active steps to obtain it.
But though the spoor left by the fifty frightful men, unversed in woodcraft as they were, would have been as plain to the densest denizen of the jungle as a city street to the Englishman, yet he crossed and recrossed it twenty times without observing the slightest indication that many men had passed that way but a few short hours since.
There was an innocent young waiter of a slender form and with weakish legs, as yet unversed in the wiles of waiterhood, and but too evidently of a romantic temperament, and deeply (it were not too much to add hopelessly) in love with some young female not aware of his merit.
There had been warning, but White Fang was unversed in such things and did not understand the packing of a grip.
For the unversed, Laxmmi Bomb is a remake of Tamil film Kanchana.
For unversed, Swift called out Braun after she learned that he would soon own the masters to her recordings.