His son James, he claims, who was nominally in charge of the papers, was too “inexperienced” to counter the coverup.
The inexperienced Maréchal–Le Pen is poised to be the junior, if more marketable, face in the National Front's legislative duo.
Only Halsted and his inexperienced “cook” were left standing.
A number of people on the campaign, especially the young and inexperienced, believed him.
Yet, what separates Cunningham, herself young and inexperienced, from a woman studying?
"But, surely, my looking young and—and inexperienced would not affect my powers of teaching," she remonstrated.
But I was young and inexperienced, and thankful to be spared any responsibility.
Ladies of mature charms are less easily taken aback by such advances than their inexperienced juniors.
You say you are inexperienced about money, and that would make it far worse.
But who can forbear to make charitable allowance for so young and inexperienced a girl?