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Spell check of inexperienced

Correct spelling: inexperienced

juvenile, ignorant, unripe, tender, untutored, tenderfoot, youthful, uninitiate, callow, chaste, innocent, teenage, undeveloped, fresh, untried, immature, soft, nonprofessional, ability, unformed, unlicensed, jackleg, unadapted, dilettante, childish, puerile, unaccustomed, unskillful, untrained, unpracticed, wet behind the ears, girlish, blooming, unpractised, uninitiated, apprentice, verdant, raw, unacquainted, beardless, inexpert, uninformed, incompetent, unversed, novice, unsophisticated, unfledged, new, undisciplined, young, unseasoned, unprofessional, dilettantish, unripened, untested, inefficient, unschooled, adolescent, fledgling, green, naive, unskilled, junior, pubescent, amateur, boyish, naif, primitive.

experient, all-around, fully fledged, fitted, prepared, qualified, trained, full-fledged, polished, sophisticated, competent, skilled, able, knowing, schooled, adult, capable, expert, seasoned, worldly-wise, crackerjack, accomplished, old, savvy, taught, initiated, masterful, educated, proficient, handsome, habile, slick, veteran, older, professional, ace, knowledgeable, gifted, well-rounded, ripe, advanced, versed, skillful, experienced, consummate, tutored, mature, worldly, practiced, grown-up, masterly, ambidextrous, master, practised, talented, intimate, adept, virtuoso, versatile, precocious, finished, dexterous.

Examples of usage:

1) It is easy to conceive the impression which opinions such as these were calculated to produce on two inexperienced Parisiennes, who, like my sister and myself, were travelling for the first time. - "A Lady's Captivity among Chinese Pirates in the Chinese Seas", Fanny Loviot.

2) We must have been very young and inexperienced. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

3) Perhaps it had been merely a sense that Clare was too young and inexperienced to manage so difficult a temperament as Peter's- and now, after all, it seemed that she had managed it. - "Fortitude", Hugh Walpole.