Lacking the benefit of experience; unskilled.(adjective)
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Use "unpracticed" in a sentence
"We were wildly unpracticed at arguing with each other."
"We watched them with pleasure, but their hopping and unpracticed flying also attracted the attention of every other bird in the vicinity."
"On his apron, a nametag announced his name as Paul, scribbled in the unpracticed hand of a demented child, resting gently beneath the man breasts that made me feel inadequate as a woman in spite of the fact that my post-pregnancy breasts were nothing shy of floatation devices fit for a small elephant to stay above the surface."