The difference between in/unexperienced
Could you please tell me, when I should use in- or unexperienced. Is there a difference?
Re: The difference between in/unexperienced
Welcome to the forums.
The more usual word is inexperienced. They can mean the same - not having experience.
Unexperienced can also mean "not known previously" > "It was a hitherto unexperienced sensation."
The word is not common.
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