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imperītus (in-p-) adj.

with comp. and sup, inexperienced, unversed, unfamiliar, not knowing, unacquainted with, unskilled, ignorant: homo, T.: callidum imperitus fraudasse dicitur: ne quis imperitior existimet, me, etc.: multitudo, L.: homo morum, with no experience of life: tam imperitus rerum, ut, etc., of so little experience, Cs.—Plur m. as subst: sermones imperitorum, the vulgar: cum imperitis manūs conserere, S.: contio quae ex imperitissimis constat, etc.

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