Lack of experience: the accident was due to the inexperience of the driver despite his inexperience, Andy wins the first race
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- Galway have a few lads who played in the 2001 final but inexperience will definitely be an issue for them overall.
- However, her reservation to audition for the part was due to her inexperience in musical theatre.
- John Paul Sheahan for example, he had a good debut, would have had a few more scores but for inexperience.
Late 16th century: from French inexpérience, from late Latin inexperientia, from in- (expressing negation) + experientia 'experience'.
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