Experienced and Unskilled
Opposite meaning words
Experienced adjective - Having or showing exceptional knowledge, experience, or skill in a field of endeavor.
Usage example: for this delicate eye operation, seek out an experienced eye surgeon
Nearby Words: experience, experiencing
Unskilled adjective - Lacking or showing a lack of expert skill.
Usage example: an unskilled handling of the facial features in the portrait explains why it is attributed to “school of Velázquez” and not to the master himself
Both words in one sentence
- Why, the youngest (or most seriously aged), the least experienced, the most unskilled, the weakest member of the group.
Source: Least Is First
- Unskilled, but Strong: The girls' relative lack of training or combat experience frequently puts them at a disadvantage against weaker but more experienced espers.
Source: Manga / Zettai Karen Children
- Unskilled, but Strong: When Wonder Woman fights Supergirl, she remarks that while they are closely matched in strength and speed, she is much more experienced and skilled while Supergirl lashes out with no thought or strategy.
Source: Comic Book / H'el on Earth
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