unpracticed

[uhn-prak-tist]
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adjective

not trained or skilled; inexpert: an unpracticed actor.
not practiced; not usually or generally used or done; not put into effect.

Also especially British, un·prac·tised.

Origin of unpracticed

First recorded in 1530–40; un-1 + practiced
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British Dictionary definitions for unpractised

unpractised

US unpracticed

adjective

without skill, training, or experience
not used or done often or repeatedly
not yet tested
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Word Origin and History for unpractised

unpracticed

adj.

1550s, from un- (1) "not" + past participle of practice (v.).

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