How To Use Uninitiated In A Sentence

  • To the uninitiated, Orkney's Scapa Flow harbour is one square mile of untroubled, glassy water.
  • On the other hand, he is fond of the kind of design analysis that leaves the uninitiated wishing he would speak in plain English, in terms the layman can understand.
  • I get as many tickets as I can to each show I attend and dole them out to the uninitiated.
  • We who are uninitiated in Morecambe and Wise may find the new duo more ham than wise, although still intermittently funny.
  • With only one room at our disposal it would seem to the uninitiated that the accommodation of the homestead must have been strained to bursting point; but "out-bush" every man carries a "bluey" and a mosquito net in his swag, and as the hosts slept under the verandah, and the guests on the garden paths, or in their camps among the forest trees, spare rooms would only have been superfluous. We of the Never-Never
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  • For the uninitiated, most ground forces still employ a final fail-safe method for testing the air before giving the ‘all clear’ message to soldiers wearing their gas masks.
  • First, a primer for the uninitiated: Similar to racquetball, squash is played in a four-walled court, and the ball is smacked against the front wall.
  • Artists will not reveal sacred meanings of designs to the uninitiated.
  • To the uninitiated, for whom the idea of cacti and succulents is a ball cactus and a common hens-and-chicks succulent, delving headlong into these fascinating worlds is a bit akin to disappearing down the rabbit hole in "Alice in Wonderland. SFGate: Top News Stories
  • In some places hummus is topped with cooked lamb mince, which is utterly delicious - though mutton is often used instead, and to the uninitiated this can be a rather strong flavour.
  • We even applied sunscreen to the nostrils, an orifice often overlooked by the uninitiated.
  • The uninitiated could be forgiven for imagining that the tradition of heading to a holiday camp for a summer knees-up was in terminal decline.
  • For those uninitiated in scientific ocean drilling, the previous record was a little over 4 km.
  • Though the theatrical gesticulations seemed slightly complicated to the uninitiated, the enactment was explicit.
  • At one point of time, all the jewels on display are futuristic in design, even to the point of appearing bizarre to the uninitiated.
  • Multiple exclamation points have their place - in amongst hearts and flowers and smileys and emoticons and xxxx and x0x0x0x0 (to the uninitiated that's hugs and kisses) - in other words ‘nice, girly gossip’.
  • They were in the front line, but the front line was not what the phrase meant to the uninitiated. DISPLACED PERSON
  • Macklin's analyses are mostly insightful and are certainly to be recommended to the uninitiated interested reader.
  • Jeff Tomberlin, a Texas A&M entomologist, is looking into the possibility that black soldier fly larvae -- "grubs" to the uninitiated -- could be used to turn livestock manure into high-protein feed. Laws and Science
  • Michelle, for the uninitiated, is the central female character in ITV's latest comedy series.
  • However, to those uninitiated into Clive's plans and untouched by his exuberant enthusiasm, there seems to be a bit of a problem.
  • For the uninitiated, the book is a good primer for those readers seeking an introduction to the work of this towering American intellectual.
  • Her motion was violent and, to the uninitiated, quite unpredictable, and she was hardly more weatherly than a raft, sagging off to leeward in a spineless fashion that boded ill for any prospect of working up to Plymouth while any easterly component prevailed in the wind. Hornblower And The Crisis
  • The liner notes state that the album is a perfect introduction for those uninitiated in the art of dub.
  • Like his stargazing colleagues everywhere, Butler speaks in a language that can often seem mysterious and impregnable—throwing out references to laws of physics, categories of stars and planets, and modes of measurement that are foreign to the uninitiated. First Contact
  • For the uninitiated, statistical analysis can be an eye-opener concerning the analysis of the efficacy of every paradigm. Should Empirics Determine the Curriculum?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Michelle, for the uninitiated, is the central female character in ITV's latest comedy series.
  • And, just as with you and your royalty, our ceremonial positions screen from the uninitiated gaze the empty throne.
  • For the uninitiated, an introduction to sepak takraw can be a jaw-dropping experience. Paul Dodson: Football Mutations
  • For those uninitiated in scientific ocean drilling, the previous record was a little over 4 km.
  • For those who know him, his ingrained indecisiveness serves as a signature to his every act; and to the uninitiated, it is explained away as cautiousness and age-inspired prudence.
  • An SKU, for those uninitiated in Intel three letter acronyms, is a stock keeping unit.
  • The next day's practice session is an introduction for the uninitiated to an aspect unique to Monaco: the noise.
  • It may be necessary to explain to the uninitiated reader that the terms "he" and "she" are indifferently used at sea, in reference to craft, but when the masculine pronoun is applied it is understood to refer more especially to the _commanding officer_ of the vessel; while the pronoun "she" refers to the _vessel herself_. Under the Meteor Flag Log of a Midshipman during the French Revolutionary War
  • Tim, to the uninitiated, may look just like many other tan coloured dogs but that would be an underestimation.
  • For the uninitiated, Joan Gussow is known as the matriarch of the local food movement. Leslie Hatfield: The Destruction and Rebirth of Joan Gussow's Famous Garden
  • For the uninitiated, that's handball played on a three-sided court, modelled on the space between two buttresses of Eton chapel. Hugh Muir's diary
  • The surnames sound similar and, for the uninitiated, quite confusing too.
  • For the uninitiated, Hunter plays a customised 8 string instrument which allows him to play bass lines along with his nifty chordal and solo work.
  • But they also have a steep learning curve for the uninitiated, which is something to consider before taking the plunge.
  • For the uninitiated, chicken paillard is strips of thin, marinated, char-grilled chicken, and it had a great accompaniment in the mash, which was nicely pepped up by some fine, flaky black pudding.
  • For the uninitiated, this means selling shares that they did not own, then buying them back later at a lower level and thus making a profit.
  • For those uninitiated in scientific ocean drilling, the previous record was a little over 4 km.
  • To the uninitiated, the degree of overround is a built-in bias in the marketplace. Soccer Blogs - latest posts
  • The language's highly flexible syntax and concise regular expression operators, make densely written PERL code indecipherable to the uninitiated.
  • To those uninitiated to alphanumeric symbols there is no information in a newspaper. Attached to Strings
  • For the uninitiated, Purim is to Passover as Carnival is to Easter - a short period of satiric lunacy before the solemnities begin.
  • For the uninitiated, Myles na gCopaleen was just one of the pen-names used by a gentleman from Strabane in the county Tyrone named Brian Ó Nualláin, or just plain Brian O'Nolan in the vulgate.
  • For the uninitiated, a reading is more than someone standing at a lectern, reading aloud to a bunch of book geeks.
  • To the uninitiated, the name may conjure up images of cuddly warm fur, but to many Philadelphia restaurateurs, it evokes bullhorns, shouting and intimidation. The Foie Gras Wars
  • To the uninitiated, they're just a collection of yellowing maps hung up on the walls.
  • Khabarovsk Region And however blasphemous this thought may appear to the uninitiated, let people take my word By their horrible fate they were spared the vastness of the GULag's underworld a prison isolation cell with the proud name "Svobodnyi," which is in close proximity to Blagoveshchensk! FULL downloadable PDF file is available from the DPMO Website
  • (For the uninitiated, "fresas" is a tapatio word for young, manicured, made up, primped, coiffed, fashionably dressed, pampered young ladies in the latest style clothing, with what appears to be 7 inch high heels.) Page 2
  • To the uninitiated, the sounds are very experimental, some might say unlistenable.
  • `The uninitiated would call it the working of evil by supernatural means. NIGHT SISTERS
  • For the uninitiated, Vlad Taltos is a human assassin in a strange world where humans occupy the eastern kingdoms and the rest is run by the Dragaereans, a long-lived elfin race whose sorcery is far more formalized than humanity's witchcraft (the human culture on Dragaera is based loosely on ancient Hungarian culture, and the magic is derived somewhat from Hungarian animist mysticism). Boing Boing
  • Michelle, for the uninitiated, is the central female character in ITV's latest comedy series.
  • She never noticed the loss of them, nor looks of perplexity from uninitiated listeners. A DEATH IN THE FAMILY
  • For the uninitiated, the 336 page and the 11 hour audiobook is called Room and not THE Room because the first-person narrator is a five year old boy and that's what he calls the 11 'by 11' room where he was born, raised and held captive along with his mother by a kidnapper. Tom Alderman: All Boxed In and Making the Best of It
  • Uninitiated onlookers could be forgiven for thinking that maybe the wearer had crawled or climbed over a barbed wire fence that took its toll upon the rugged garment.
  • For the uninitiated: some kinds of lip gloss/balm is supposed to be “addictive” in a sense, particularly those that make the lips feel cool and tingly. Fiends for the stuff.
  • For the uninitiated, the WWE is the high school dropout's ballet, where Americans pay perfectly good dollar bills to watch half-naked, grown men with the disposition of Carl Paladino pretend to fight, while cutting themselves with razor blades so that it appears more "real. Cliff Schecter: U.S. Midterms: Political Freak Show
  • It may fail to bother the upper reaches of the charts, but should not disappoint previous devotees while impressing the uninitiated.
  • The uninitiated might think that the combination of openness and complacency shouldn't matter.
  • Uninitiated minds are unable to apprehend the Existent by itself; they only perceive it through its actions.
  • This, for the uninitiated, is the basic term for a quantity surveyor, someone who measured bricks and mortar for a living.
  • The self-important cant of musicologists on record jackets often suggests that true appreciation of the music is an arcane process(that) closed to the uninitiated listener, however enthusiastic.
  • Frustration was palliated by a perception that the region was far more complex than the uninitiated suspected, and that to understand its dynamics one had to be an expert.
  • A ‘Whatsit,’ as you probably know, is defined as a gadget, tool, gimcrack, or gimmick whose purpose is not immediately apparent (to the uninitiated).
  • The far-field pattern is a sinc function (sin(x)/x, for the uninitiated). The Glory - The Panda's Thumb
  • it seemed a bizarre ceremony to uninitiated western eyes
  • Reaching the uninitiated with the sugared pill of commercialism is valid enough.
  • It may look to the uninitiated like an estate but if you look a little closer you begin to notice some subtle differences.
  • To the uninitiated, mothballs are marble size balls of a campher-like substance that one puts in drawers or presses to prevent moths eating holes in clothes.
  • To the uninitiated Brit I was back then, I can only describe the shock as stomach-churning, when Holbrooke immediately dispensed niceties over lunch in one of their grand board rooms, and blasted the industry's leaders for their inaction. Ben Plumley: HIV/AIDS Is Still Everyone's Business
  • To the uninitiated this can sound like a sprawling racket, but the band insist each song is composed and arranged.
  • For the uninitiated, lutefisk is an infamous Norwegian dish made of dried cod fish soaked in lye.
  • Lieb is sweetish, low in acidity and suited to drinking without food but at best it is a well-constructed and very commercial wine that appeals to the uninitiated wine drinker.
  • Not only that, it it needs to be distillable into understandable language for the uninitiated, because in my experience most Faculty and Administrators can not really appreciate what the possibilities of virtual words are. Virtual reality and higher education: Another perspective
  • To the architecturally uninitiated, the building looks like a domestic iron on its end, or the prow of a ship.
  • Michelle, for the uninitiated, is the central female character in ITV's latest comedy series.
  • Even the uninitiated and the uninformed will have heard of him.
  • As the majority of the audience, made up of Sanskrit scholars, teachers and students, nodded in approval at every sentence, the few uninitiated members of the crowd stared on uncomprehendingly.
  • So as bizarre as it may sound to the uninitiated, hunting, shooting and fishing actually promote and sustain the rich bio-diversity that we all admire in the countryside.
  • The uninitiated could be forgiven for imagining that the tradition of heading to a holiday camp for a summer knees-up was in terminal decline.
  • To the uninitiated the system seems extremely complicated.
  • Their set should prove to be an unforgettable experience for rabid fans and the curious uninitiated alike.
  • First a lavation; this Virginian incense is more agreeable to devout worshippers like you and me than to the uninitiated. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 20, June, 1859
  • The averment of the Emperor, he being uninitiated, would not have so much weight in our counsels as that of one of the meanest of these officials. Anne of Geierstein
  • The colours can seem vulgar, the sugar content too high for uninitiated palates – just two little balls of my favourite, gulab jamun (a fried sweet of milky dough bathed in syrup) can be as much as 380 calories. How to make Indian sweets
  • Even for the uninitiated, this exhibition is a show of the most astonishing landscapes and seascapes.
  • My father was an officer in the Territorial Army - that's the British Army reserve forces to the uninitiated.
  • To bring the normative CJK properties into the PropertyAliases.txt context, where property identifiers appropriate for regex and such are defined, the UTC originally decided that it would make sense to just prepend "cj" to the front of the existing Unihan tags from the Unihan Database, so that they would be more self-identifying as "CJK" properties to the uninitiated, and then make the resulting labels cjkIRG_GSource, cjkRSUnicode, etc. be both the long and the short identifier in PropertyValues.txt. Site Home
  • For the uninitiated, most Martial Arts styles use a system of Colored belts to indicate the knowledge and skill levels of their practitioners.
  • To the uninitiated, skyr is similar to yoghurt but much, much thicker; it is technically a soft cheese. Times, Sunday Times
  • However, with these types of historical documents, the risk of not including a preface is that the uninitiated could flounder through confusing language and unfamiliar historical episodes.
  • It is an electrifying experience for the uninitiated, like a theme park ride in a nature reserve.
  • For uninitiated readers, it must seem like shadow-boxing.
  • The CDs provide the perfect introduction for the uninitiated, mapping out the musical evolution of a soul genius.
  • Instead, the US Government has given their unfathered, unmentored and uninitiated youth the dubious correctional benefits of prison.
  • But the pupils were in almost unanimous opposition, because Mr. McNanly's unheralded advent at any one's house resulted frequently in the discovery that some favorite child had been playing "hookey," which means (I will say to the uninitiated, if any such there be) absenting one's self from school without permission, to go on a fishing or a swimming frolic. She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories
  • Unfortunately to the uninitiated, the tendency to oversalt has to be mitigated, as something that is still cooking will concentrate the flavor to an unappealing, oversalinated mess. Progenitor of Civilization
  • This book will be completely accessible to the uninitiated, and a wealth of hymnography for the established cantor.
  • Jeff Tomberlin, a Texas A&M entomologist, is looking into the possibility that black soldier fly larvae -- "grubs" to the uninitiated -- could be used to turn livestock manure into high-protein feed. Laws and Science
  • For the uninitiated, neo-realism is a movement that came into being towards the end of the Second World War, where the general mood was one of disillusion and horror of war, and anxiety of social and political reconstruction.
  • For the uninitiated, a libero is a designated defensive specialist who may enter or exit the match without affecting the number of substitutions her team is allowed. undefined
  • But they also have a steep learning curve for the uninitiated, which is something to consider before taking the plunge.
  • The goat is perhaps a symbol of an uninitiated listener who is lured by Ramanathan's music.
  • The merchant forgets his dignity, and joins them; the "huer," so calm and collected hitherto, loses his self-possession and waves his cap triumphantly; even you and I, reader, uninitiated spectators though we are, catch the infection, and cheer away with the rest, as if our bread depended on the event of the next few minutes. Rambles Beyond Railways; or, Notes in Cornwall taken A-foot
  • For uninitiated readers, it must seem like shadow-boxing.
  • For the uninitiated, this is due to a hormone called relaxin getting the pelvis ready for the baby's head to come through. NPR Topics: News
  • Reaching the uninitiated with the sugared pill of commercialism is valid enough.
  • (* for the uninitiated, CCD is a choreographer cum director) DIDDLEY DUR-HEY, BRAN
  • For the uninitiated, kombucha is a fermented tea beverage with a "cidery, vinegary" taste, Crews said.
  • For the uninitiated, Charley's an Edwardian adventuress who stowed away on an airship, the R101, and was rescued by The Doctor just before it blew up in flames.
  • To the uninitiated it seems they fall into line at a random location, but these people know exactly what they are doing and where they are going.
  • * For the uninitiated, a chukka is a period of play in polo, lasting just seven minutes so the ponies don't get too tired. Home | Mail Online
  • The Egyptian theology, or doctrine of the gods, was of two kinds, -- esoteric and exoteric, that is, an interior theology for the initiated, and an exterior theology for the uninitiated. Ten Great Religions An Essay in Comparative Theology
  • To the uninitiated the system seems extremely complicated.
  • For the uninitiated, in 'leetspeak' 1337 translates to 'leet' or 'elite.' Boing Boing
  • And for those sorry few of you whose appetites have been whetted, but remain uninitiated, take heart.
  • For those uninitiated Jordan is the darling of our tabloid papers.
  • Tibetans, for example, hang a curtain in front of their paintings of Buddha-figures - especially those whose forms are open to misunderstanding by the uninitiated - and undrape them only when meditating or performing rituals. Secondary Tantric Vows
  • The self-important cant of musicologists on record jackets often suggests that true appreciation of the music is an arcane process(that) closed to the uninitiated listener, however enthusiastic.
  • The explanations are about as opaque to the uninitiated as the phrases themselves.
  • Michelle, for the uninitiated, is the central female character in ITV's latest comedy series.
  • Overall, the pursuit of ‘proving’ the validity of divination and oracular knowledge is about as valid as attempting to prove love, the color blue to the color-blind or ecstatic trance to the uninitiated.
  • While it may cause epileptic fits or heart palpitations in the uninitiated, for the dedicated they just don't make them as good as this one.
  • Those who share the secret knowledge with the uninitiated are dealt with quickly and harshly, people like Lovecraft.

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