Origin of experienced
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1. skilled, expert, practiced, veteran, accomplished, versed, adept, qualified.
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Examples from the Web for unexperienced
At present, unexperienced and unsuspicious, her dangers may be yours.Camilla
He came too young and unexperienced to that throne of usurpation.
You may be able to find some unexperienced people who will believe tales of that kind, but I know better.A Christmas Gift
N. P. Gravengaard
Rather undignified, I must say, but perfectly natural for unexperienced girls, I suppose.The Brother Clerks
Places of the utmost importance have been taken from the most deserving and given to the illiterate, unexperienced or unqualified.The Lyon in Mourning, Vol. 1
- (of a situation, sensation, fact, etc) not having been undergone or known by experience
- having become skilful or knowledgeable from extensive contact or participation or observation
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Word Origin and History for unexperienced
"having experience; skillful through expereince," 1570s, past participle adjective from experience (v.).
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