[ UK /ˈæmətəɹɪʃnəs/ ]
- something that demonstrates a lack of professional competency
How To Use amateurishness In A Sentence
- No worries, as Millipede cant grow out of his awfullness, amateurishness, and overall aerosolishness. The spotlight begins to shine on the coalition's flaws and faultlines | Andrew Rawnsley
- What kind of amateurishness is out there that people in the press -- including The Village Crisis In The American Universities
- One doesn't expect the same level of amateurishness from the CBC. Archive 2006-12-03
- There's a place for charming amateurishness in music but you need to be experienced to do it well.
- The result is productions that, regardless of cast, budget, time and effort, cannot drag themselves up from amateurishness.
- It uses inept amateurishness to both compel and repel you.
- You really want to forgive the amateurishness because of the speed and what seems to be the completeness of the coverage.
- Weakness number one" was not rank amateurishness. The spotlight begins to shine on the coalition's flaws and faultlines | Andrew Rawnsley
- Adolph von Nassau, with the knights of the German empire, swears vengeance, and, accompanied by the chorus, pours out his feelings in a stretta of such incredible vulgarity and amateurishness that Donizetti would have thrown it at the head of any of his pupils who had dared to compose such a thing. My Life — Volume 1
- Weakness number one is a cumulative amateurishness. The spotlight begins to shine on the coalition's flaws and faultlines | Andrew Rawnsley