Definitions of unpracticed

  1. not having had extensive practice Scrapingweb Dictionary DB

Usage examples for unpracticed

  1. As I was unpracticed in reading, I spoke every word aloud, and so the birds and the trees, the brooks and the flowers, could hear all I read, and as these innocent beings know as little as children of the irony of the world, they too took it all for sober earnest, and wept with me over the sorrows of the unfortunate knight; an old worn- out oak sobbed even; and the water- fall shook more vehemently his white beard, and seemed to scold at the wickedness of the world. – The Prose Writings of Heinrich Heine by Heinrich Heine
  2. She did not suspect that she was submitting one of those knotty problems to her unpracticed judgment that philosophers and theologians delight in disagreeing upon, and her inability to unravel it staggered her. – At Fault by Kate Chopin