In`ex*pe"ri*ence (?), n. [L. inexperientia, cf. F. inexp'erience. See In- not, and Experience.]

Absence or want of experience; lack of personal and experimental knowledge; as, the inexperience of youth.

Failings which are incident to youth and inexperience. Dryden.

Prejudice and self-sufficiency naturally proceed from inexperience of the world, and ignorance of mankind. Addison.


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