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Definition of "inexpertness" [in•ex•pert•ness]

  • Want of expertise or skill. (noun)

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Use "inexpertness" in a sentence
  • "He gripped it upside down, both hands on the hilt, clutched with an inexpertness obvious to even non-soldiers."
  • "But without diving too far into my sudden confusion of identity, disappointment with my job, nostalgia for college, broken-heartedness, inexpertness, loneliness, and financially rooted stress, let me just sum it up by saying this past year has been the hardest year of my life."
  • "And so again, when it comes to charging and retiring, the onward-dashing gallop, the well-skilled, timely retreat, expert knowledge of the ground and scenery will assert superiority over inexpertness like that of eyesight over blindness."