[ uhn-prak-tist ]
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  1. not trained or skilled; inexpert: an unpracticed actor.

  2. not practiced; not usually or generally used or done; not put into effect.

Origin of unpracticed

First recorded in 1530–40; un-1 + practiced
  • Also especially British, un·prac·tised .

Words Nearby unpracticed

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How to use unpracticed in a sentence

  • To this unpracticed eye, at least from the photos, the statues are at once sexually explicit and wretchedly unsexy.

    The Prince and the Porn | Lloyd Grove | November 3, 2010 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • Even to the most unpracticed eye this model of a great work appeared to be of admirable skill.

  • Nor was it difficult, even to his unpracticed eye, to see that she had begun to wage a losing fight against the bank.

    High Noon | Anonymous
  • To her unpracticed eye, the character of the country remained unchanged except for minor variations.

    North of Fifty-Three | Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • This the lawyer proceeded to do and so cleverly that an unpracticed eye would not detect it.

    A Girl of the Commune | George Alfred Henty
  • To Lilly's unpracticed eye the girls were as like as two sparrows—saucy, greedy, inconstant, and amorous.

    The Song of Songs | Hermann Sudermann