unpractised

[ UK /ʌnpɹˈæktɪsd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not having had extensive practice
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How To Use unpractised In A Sentence

  • The walk through the woods and meadows is a pleasure, even for unpractised walkers, and quite a way to discover Nature.
  • Two ornate ghost pipefish sought refuge amongst the frayed strands, but these proved difficult to the unpractised eye; the divemasters knew exactly where to find them.
  • Now if we feel compelled to write in longhand we are embarrassed by the unpractised scrawl that we see appearing on the page in front of us.
  • I think I am too old, or too conservative, or too unpractised.
  • Once finished, I scribbled a short note to him underneath, in the unpractised hand of a man who rarely writes, and folded it over.
  • Right across the front of the pub itself there was a long board between the downstair and upstair windows which bore in very large letters executed by an unpractised hand the information that the building was the Great Skua tavern and general stores. The Murder of Busy Lizzie
  • The walk through the woods and meadows is a pleasure, even for unpractised walkers, and quite a way to discover Nature.
  • She realized that compared with most women she was remarkably unpractised in this sort of meeting. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
  • I think I am too old, or too conservative, or too unpractised.
  • Two ornate ghost pipefish sought refuge amongst the frayed strands, but these proved difficult to the unpractised eye; the divemasters knew exactly where to find them.
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